Our lab studies neurodegeneration in the human brain using data science and informatics approaches. We seek to identify the organizational, dynamical, and computational properties of brain network reorganization occurring due to neurodegenerative diseases, and develop methods and tools that can eventually be used for diagnostic and prognostic purposes. The lab is directed by Eran Dayan, Ph.D.
The lab studies brain organization in neurodegenerative diseases, as well as in healthy aging. We strive to advance our basic understanding of neurodegeneration, while making discoveries that can be translated to clinical practice. Find out more here.
We use a range of computational and numerical approaches to analyze and model structural and functional brain imaging data, including machine and deep learning and complex network analytical approaches. We primarily work with large, existing datasets, and also with data collected with our clinical collaborators.