Neuroradiology Research Group

Neuroimaging Research

The neuroimaging research mission is to improve the ability to diagnose pediatric neurologic diseases and to advance our understanding of how diseases affect the brain. We also hope to use neuroimaging to track measurable indicators that predict neurodevelopment, cognition and behavior in children.

Physicians and neuropsychologists use neuroimaging to diagnose and treat brain injuries and disorders. Neuroimaging includes various types of brain scans, including images of the anatomical structure such as CT scans and MRIs. It also includes functional and metabolic imaging of how the brain responds to tasks or stimuli, measuring blood flow in the brain and brain metabolism.

TCH neuroradiology uses neuroimaging to diagnose and treat disorders of the brain, spine, neck and central and peripheral nervous system in children. We specialize in non-invasive imaging technology, which allows us to study whole-brain maps of structural and functional brain connections.

Our world-renowned team of experts bring decades of clinical and research leadership in the diagnostic imaging of neurologic diseases, including brain tumors, brain malformations, spine disease, stroke and other vascular disorders.


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