What you need to know
Our lab focuses on developing new tools, methods & models in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
Getting in pace with the work in our lab requires some knowledge & skills.
It is recommended to be familiar with the following research and methods, in order to get a head start on our practice.
Please go through the following items before applying to join our lab.
Please read & be familiar with the following research.
(Press the links to open the articles)
Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI)-based white matter mapping in brain research: a review
Assaf, Y. and O. Pasternak; J Mol Neurosci, 2008. 34(1): p. 51-61
Diffusion MRI of structural brain plasticity induced by a learning and memory task
Blumenfeld-Katzir, T., et al.; PLoS One, 2011. 6(6): p. e20678
Learning in the fast lane: new insights into neuroplasticity
In vivo correlation between axon diameter and conduction velocity in the human brain
Horowitz, A., et al.; Brain Struct Funct, 2015. 220(3): p. 1777-88.
The following are not all obligatory, yet you are likely to need at least some of the information taught in the following academic courses.
Data Analysis Methods
The following are fields which are recommended to be familiar with.
Image & Signal Processing
Reading of medical images (NIFTI format)
Regression and Linear models
Network & Graph Analysis