Helene Drewsen Benveniste
Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology
Dr. Benveniste's research focuses on understanding and defining Magnetic Resonance (MR) imaging parameters for detection of acute and chronic pathological processes in brain diseases. Currently, research efforts are concentration on: 1) Develop imaging paradigms to detect and follow progression of early pathology in Alzheimer's disease, 2) Create a high-resolution 3D digital C57Bl6/J mouse brain atlas by magnetic resonance imaging to be used as a standard reference for all neuroanatomical phenotyping of transgenic, targeted and chemically induced mutations in mice and 3) Develop neuro-informatic MR imaging database for transgenic mice models of neurodegenerative disorders
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