Neuroinformatics Research Group

Daniel Marcus, Assistant Professor - Principal Investigator
Timothy B. Brown
Junil Chang
Eileen Cler
Angela Farrar
John Flavin
Mark Florida
Hossein Mohammadian Foroushani
Cathy Gezella
Jenny Gurney
Debbie Halim
Rick Herrick
Michael Hileman
Mike Hodge
Will Horton
Atul Kaushal
Pam LaMontagne
Ehsan Mahmoudzadeh
Mike McKay
Mikhail Milchenko
Charlie Moore
Chip Schweiss
Lauren Wallace

Description of Research Group

The Neuroinformatics Research Group (NRG) at Washington University School of Medicine, directed by Daniel Marcus, is a cross-disciplinary science and engineering lab. Our work in the NRG is to develop technologies that support neuroimaging and imaging informatics research that helps us better understand the living brain. Our software is open source and used around the world in the global effort to study and treat Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia, depression, brain cancer, autism, stroke and a host of other neurological diseases.