Neurology Today on Pioneering UICDR Research by Dr. Scott Langenecker Takes a Different Look at Standard fMRI Data

In a standard fMRI experiment, increased regional brain activity is detected by change in blood flow. UICDR researcher Dr. Scott Langenecker processed the data differently, looking not for activity in individual regions, but instead identifying multiple regions whose activities were correlated. This pioneering research may provide a benchmark for development of tools for detecting the same risk in simpler ways.

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Scott A. Langenecker

Scott A. Langenecker PhD

Dr. Langenecker is a clinical neuropsychologist, and neuroimaging specialist who focuses on the translational neuroscience of mood disorders. His goal is to contribute to work defining the neural circuits leading to the development and perseveration of depression and related mood disorders, as we ...