The Neuroimaging Informatics and Analysis Center is pleased to welcome Kevin Black, M.D. to the 2011-12 NIL-NIAC Seminar Series.
Dr. Black’s research at the Neuroimaging Informatics Laboratory at Washington University School of Medicine focuses on the interface between psychiatry and movement disorders. This includes traditionally psychiatric movement disorders such as Huntington’s Disease and Tourette Syndrome, as well as psychological symptoms in traditionally neurological movement disorders such as Parkinson’s Disease. His work combines a pharmacological approach with PET- and fMRI-based imaging data.
Title: Making brain images without a scanner (almost): Statistically rigorous fine mapping of STN DBS effects on movement and cognition