University of Hawaii Neuroscience and MRI Research Program

Using MRI Techniques to Study the Brain & Brain Diseases

Recent News:

The New ABCD Study

  University of Hawaii was selected to be one of 11 research hubs (19 sites) for the largest longitudinal study of cognitive and brain development in children - This grant is awarded to the NMRRP with collaboration from the UH Cancer Center for a 10-year study to assess the dynamic changes associated with brain and cognitive development from childhood to late adolescence. 

To read more about the the national study as a whole, please visit the official website: 

      http://addictionresearch.nih.gov/adolescent-brain-cognitive-development-study#previous-meetings-and-notices

or of our involvement- visit our Neurodevelopment page:

 

Tracking Brain Function

UH Patent Awards Honors Dr. Ernst - ... in recognition for his groundbreaking research and development, at the September "All Stars of Invention" event held by the National Academy of Inventors, University of Hawai'i Chapter - http://www.hawaii.edu/news/2015/10/05/university-of-hawaii-patent-holders-honored/.

Write up to this breakthrough discovery and revolutionary technology can be found here: 

 

 

Tracking Brain Function

New Insights and Innovations in Mapping the Brain - ... are on the table with Dr. Chang as guest on June 16th's telecast edition of "Think Tech" with host Jay Fidell. Follow the link and listen to this mind-stirring discussion about the 2015 OHBM (Organization for Human Brain Mapping ) Conference in Hawaii and future advances in neuroimaging:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=21&v=SNikkTwQhHM

For more information about ongoing Neuroscience and MRI Research in our lab please contact any of our Investigators or our lab administrator at nmr -AT- hawaii -DOT- edu.

3 Tesla MRI ScannerResearchers at the University of Hawaii Neuroscience and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Research Program, Linda Chang, M.D., Thomas Ernst, Ph.D., Victor Andy Stenger, Ph.D., and other investigators utilize a 3-Tesla MRI scanner for a variety of brain development and disorder studies. Our lab is located at the Queen’s Medical Center, where we conduct NIH-funded research in some of the following topics:

Tracking Brain FunctionWe are always looking for volunteers willing to participate in various studies. If you are interested, please visit our Volunteer Contact page for more information. You will be paid for your participation and all information gathered will be kept confidential.

For more information about ongoing Neuroscience and MRI Research in our lab please contact any of our Investigators or our lab administrator at nmr -AT- hawaii -DOT- edu.

We would like to thank our funding sources. Please visit our Grants page to see information about our active studies and research grants. Also go to our Links page for more information about our funding sources.








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