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Personnel of the NSG



Gary Strangman, PhD.
Director - Neural Systems Group, Massachusetts General Hospital
Associate Professor - Harvard Medical School.


Phone: 617-724-0662
Fax: 617-726-4078
Email: strang *at* nmr.mgh.harvard.edu

Personal Web Page      NIH-style CV

 

Research Interests:
My research interests center around the interface between cognitive science and neuroscience. My present research employs non-invasive technologies to investigate neural correlates of performance and learning in the human motor system. I have recently focussed on fMRI and on near-infrared spectroscopy and imaging, as well as more limited work with EEG/ERPs. The Neural Systems Group is based at the Massachusetts General Hospital, along with the Athinoula A. Martinos Biomedical Imaging Center (formerly the MGH NMR Center).




Quan Zhang, PhD
Director of the Biomedical Engineering Lab, Massachusetts General Hospital

Instructor - Harvard Medical School.

Phone: 617-724-9608
Fax: 617-726-4078
Email: qzhang *at* nmr.mgh.harvard.edu

Personal Web Page      NIH-style CV

 

Research Interests:
My specific research interests include development of novel wearable devices for functional neuroimaging and ambulatory blood pressure monitoring.




Gang Hu, PhD
Instructor - Harvard Medical School.

Phone: 617-724-0662
Fax: 617-726-4078
Email: ganghu *at* nmr.mgh.harvard.edu

Personal Web Page      NIH-style CV

 

Research Interests:
My specific research interests include developing near-infrared optical devices for application in biological monitoring and imaging.

 

Ian Jamieson, CPhys. MInstP.
Senior Research Engineer, Computational

Phone: 617-724-5550
Fax: 617-726-4078
Email: ian *at* nmr.mgh.harvard.edu

Personal Web Page      NIH-style CV

 

Research Interests:
My main research interest is in the development of novel computational tools, based on the anatomy and known functioning of the brain, to apply in brain imaging research, as well as to other engineering domains (e.g., image processing, process control).



Christina Supelana, MEd
Research Coordinator

Phone: 617-724-5550
Fax: 617-726-4078
Email: supelana *at* nmr.mgh.harvard.edu

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Research Interests:
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Previous NSG Members (and roles, during their tenure)



Thomas Zeffiro, MD, PhD
Neural Systems Group, Massachusetts General Hospital


Phone: 617-643-0659
Fax: 617-726-4078
Email: zeffiro *at* nmr.mgh.harvard.edu

Personal Web Page      NIH-style CV

 

Research Interests:
My research interests center around the interface between cognitive science and neuroscience. My present research employs non-invasive technologies to investigate neural correlates of performance and learning in the human motor system. I have recently focussed on fMRI and on near-infrared spectroscopy and imaging, as well as more limited work with EEG/ERPs. The Neural Systems Group is based at the Massachusetts General Hospital, along with the Athinoula A. Martinos Biomedical Imaging Center (formerly the MGH NMR Center).



John Thompson, MS
Senior Research Engineer, Optical

Phone: 617-724-5550
Fax: 617-726-4078
Email: johnt@nmr.mgh.harvard.edu

Personal Web Page      NIH-style CV

 

Research Interests:
My specific research interests include the cerebellum, interactions of the cerebellum with the neocortex, and hemodynamic responses to brain activity and other physiological events (e.g., posture alterations, blood pressure alterations).



Jennifer Holmes
Research Coordinator

Phone: 617-724-5550
Fax: 617-726-4078
Email: jen@nmr.mgh.harvard.edu

Personal Web Page      

 

Research Interests:
My research interests have focused on sleep-research, including the brain involvement and mechanisms for sleep onset, stage transisions and steady-state sleep effects.

 

Jeffrey P. Sutton, MD, PhD    

Founding NSG director

Priscilla Yeo, MS    

Research coordinator

Michelle Rotman, BS    

Research coordinator

Monica Strauss, PhD

Doctoral student

    (Thesis title: "Cognitive neuroscience study of stress and motivation")

David Sha, PhD

Doctoral student

    (Thesis title: "Automated enhancement, segmentation and classification of digital brain images")

Lynne Rudnick, BA

Research assistant

Jeremy Caplan, PhD

Research assistant

Peter Bandettini, PhD

Postdoctoral affiliate

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