IDDRC Neuroimaging Core Supported Studies and Investigators

The Neuroimaging Core supports approximately 20 studies annually, all with clear relevance to furthering our understanding of developmental disabilities. The diversity of these studies is illustrated in the list of studies currently supported.

Neuroimaging Core Studies and Investigators

 

P.I.

Grant Number and Title

 

Burd

K08HD073315, IL-1β regulation of perinatal brain injury

Everett

R01HD68446, GFAP biomarker of whole body cooling outcome and efficacy in the neonate with HIE

Fatemi

K08 NS063956, Study of White Matter Development in a Rodent Model of Perinatal Brain Injury

Findling

R01MJ073967, Longitudinal assessment of manic symptoms

Hagopian/Cataldo

P01HD055456, Translational Analyses of Chronic Aberrant Behavior across the Lifespan: Project 3

Hoon/Barker

P41RR015241 Sub-Project: Diffusion Tensor Imaging in Children with Cerebral Palsy

Jonas

R01HL104173, Protection of developing white matter during cardiac surgery

Kannan

R01 HD069562, Mechanisms and novel therapy in intrauterine inflammation induced brain injury

Mahone

R21MH092693, Frontostriatal glutamate in ADHD: Neuropsychological and behavioral correlates

Mahone

R01HD068425, Development of ADHD in Preschool Children: Neuroimaging and Behavioral Correlates

Meffert

R01MH098016, Microma biogenesis and specificity in neurothrophin-dependent protein synthesis

Bembea/Moler

U01HL094345, Therapeutic Hypothermia After Pediatric Cardiac Arrest: A Randomized Controlled Trial (THAPCA)

Mostofsky

R01 MH085328, Neurology of Deficient Response Control in ADHD

Mostofsky

R01MH078160, Anamalous motor physiology in ADHD

Northington

R01HD070996, Mechanisms of hypothermic neuroprotection in neonates

Pelled

R01NS072171, The role of transcallosal pathway to neuroplasticity following nerve injury

Pelled/Gilad

R01NS079288, Adaptive control of epileptic seizures using a genetically encoded sensor

Ris

R01CA132899, Adult neurobehavioral late effects of pediatric low grade brain tumors

Suskauer

K23HD061611, Neural basis of recovery of inhibitory control after pediatric TBI

vanZijl

P41EB015909, Resource for quantitative functional MRI