Professor Dale Dagenbach receives NIH grant to study complex brain networks

by on August 21, 2018

 

Congratulations to Professor Dagenbach for his recent NIH research grant:   “Analytical Tools for Complex Brain Networks: Fusing Novel Statistical Methods and Network Science to Understand Brain Function. “ (PI subcontract, Co-I grant).”

The research involves developing multivariate analyses that take full advantage of the rich data available in network science studies of brain functioning.  The application that Dr. Dagenbach is involved with entails using these approaches to analyze Human Connectome Project data relating cognitive functioning to brain states.

 

Professor  Dagenbach developed this research application last year while on research leave. This leave followed his long service as the department chair.

For more of  Professor Dagenbach’s work,  See:  dagenbach-vita

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