Using our database of MRI structural images and behavioural assessments from 120 Stroke patients, we have:
We are now in the process of replicating these findings with a different set of over 100 patients. If successful, then our findings will have important relevance for clinicians who can use the results to inform the patient and their carers of the likelihood that speech production difficulties will recover or persist.
Using our database of fMRI
language activation in 40 Stroke patients, we have:
Using our database of fMRI language activation in 40 Stroke patients, we have:
Using our database of fMRI language activation in 20 Patients with brain tumours, we have:
develop methods to automate the identification of brain regions with abnormal structure and function
develop methods to characterize sources of variability in normal and patient brain structure and function.