The Magnetic Resonance Functional Imaging Laboratory (MRFIL) focuses on the development of acquisition and image reconstruction strategies, using MRI, to accurately and quantitatively image physiology with primary applications in functional brain imaging, structural brain imaging, and neuromuscular dynamics during normal speech and swallowing. We are also interested in biomarkers associated with declines in cognitive and motor performance that come with healthy aging.
Our research topics are:
- Image Reconstruction for field inhomogeneity correction
- Magnetic Resonance Elastography
- Blood Flow Imaging
- Real-Time Dynamic Speech MRI
Our Principal Investigator is Brad Sutton.
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