Advanced Brain Imaging Research

Kennedy Krieger Institute houses the F. M. Kirby Research Center for Functional Brain Imaging, an NIH-recognized national center for the development and application of Neuroimaging technology. Researchers at the Kirby Center use MRI to map the anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, connectivity, and function of the brain. Investigators at Kennedy Krieger Institute use these techniques to study autism, ADHD, Adrenoleukodystrophy, brain injury, cerebral palsy, learning disorders, Rett Syndrome and numerous other disorders.

For a list of related research projects in this area please check under the individual faculty profiles listed below.

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