Neuroimaging Analytics Laboratory


What we do

Maximizing outcomes for each child depends on identifying the underlying cause of the behavioral symptoms and tailoring treatment programs for our patients. With Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), physicians can take a look inside the structure and functions of the brain. 

Valuable insights

MRI takes clear pictures of the activity of structures that lie deep in the brain that are involved in the development of emotion, thought, and social behavior. MRI is completely painless and harmless, but it gives us valuable information about the relationship between our brains and who we are and how we act. We can also use MRI to help determine the best treatment for your child, or to monitor how your child is responding to treatment.

Technology & teamwork

Behavioral treatments are available that may improve outcomes for some children. With innovative technologies, including neuroimaging, the ADMI research and clinical faculty hope to provide insight into treatment efficacy by determining the impact of these treatments on the brain.

Andrew Michael, PhD
Director, Neuroimaging Analytics Laboratory & Assistant Professor
Andres Moreno De Luca, MD
Resident Physician & Assistant Professor
Vanessa Troiani, PhD
Assistant Professor
Viraj Adduru
PhD Student
Sam Fielden, PhD
Medical Physicist
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