Understanding brain function associated with nervous system diseases

The goal of our research is to shed light on the abnormalities of functional brain organization that underlie nervous system disease. To characterize these networks as biomarkers of disease and treatment, our investigators use the latest multimodal brain imaging in conjunction with novel computational methods. Study populations include healthy volunteers as well as patients with brain tumors and strokes, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, dystonia, Tourette syndrome and other movement disorders.

In the video above, innovative imaging techniques developed by Dr. David Eidelberg can accurately diagnose for Parkinson’s disease.