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I am an expert in non-invasive in vivo preclinical imaging, small animal imaging, rodent behavior and the neuronal networks of psychiatric diseases.

Main research areas

Psychiatric Diseases; Preclinical Imaging; Rodent Behavior; Neuronal Networks; Positron Emission Tomography; Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Current research

The current focus of my research is to understand the neuronal networks of psychiatric diseases, using a combination of bioengineer receptors, non-invasive in vivo imaging and behavioral tests. My previous work has focused on preclinical imaging using positron emission tomography, optical imaging, magnetic resonance imaging and computerized tomography. I have combined my preclinical imaging specialty with psychiatric diseases, blood-brain barrier changes, neurodegenerative diseases, cancer therapeutics, cell death, and arthritis.

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