Gordon Neuroimaging Lab
The Gordon Neuroimaging Lab focuses on understanding the complexities of the aging brain. This includes studies of both healthy aging as well as neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer disease. We integrate cognitive testing alongside advanced neuroimaging techniques, including MRI (volumetric, DTI, and fMRI) and PET imaging (amyloid, tau, and FDG). Our research crosses multiple domains and is at the intersection of cognitive neuroscience, psychology, neurology and radiology.
The lab, led by Brian Gordon, PhD, features a multidisciplinary team with a focus on integrating neuroimaging, lifestyle factors, genetics and network science to understand the biology of the brain.
Research projects in the Gordon Neuroimaging Lab include those that focus on understanding the biological changes occurring in later life that lead to the onset of dementia.