Jason Langley

I am a researcher in the Center For Advanced Neuroimaging at University of California, Riverside. My research focuses on development and application of novel MR sequences and contrasts. In particular, I am interested in developing MRI techniques to detect volumetric and microstructural changes in the brain in normal aging and disease (e.g. Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease). I also dabble in the detection and quantification of contrast agents in MRI images.

I have created several atlases for substanita nigra, locus coerleus, and dentate nucleus. Email me if you would like to download these atlases of if you would like to start a C2P for the neuromelanin sequence.

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