University of Hawaii Neuroscience and MRI Research Program

Current Research Topics and Activities

The University of Hawaii Neuroscience and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program conducts research in approximately 16 long-term and short term research projects. Our lab has investigators from across multiple disciplines collaborating together on a wide variety of neuroimaging research projects. We are actively recruiting volunteer subjects for imaging studies to evaluate normal brain development as well as the effects of diseases and disorders on brain structure and function. Participants have to fulfill study criteria and if enrolled will be compensated for their time. Healthy volunteers who fulfill study criteria are also needed for comparison purposes. A brief description of our active research projects can be found under the following topics:

University of Hawaii | John A. Burns School of Medicine | The Queen's Medical Center

Last Updated: January 2014
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