New 3D Brain Mapping Paves the Way for Precise, Personalized Treatments for Symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Traumatic Brain Injury

New 3D Brain Mapping Paves the Way for Precise, Personalized Treatments for Symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Traumatic Brain Injury

Publication date: Apr 11, 2019

Recently, Mohammed Ahmed, Neuropsychiatrist and Medical Director of Kaizen Brain Center, and Shan Siddiqi, Harvard Neuropsychiatrist and Kaizen Advisor, teamed up to capture brain data at a higher level of detail than ever before and put it to use improving brain disorder treatment. The team uses data from fMRI, a form of imaging that looks at changes in blood flow, to create 3D maps of an individual’s entire brain circuitry to identify exact treatment targets.

Concepts Keywords
Alzheimer Neural network
Blood Flow Traumatic brain injury
Brain Brain mapping
FMRI Brain damage
Harvard Organ systems
Kaizen Neuroimaging
Neural Network Neurophysiology
Neuropsychiatrist Psychiatric diagnosis
Shan Magnetic resonance imaging
Traumatic Brain Injury Medical specialties
Neurotrauma
Branches of biology
Traumatic Brain Injury
Brain disorder
TBI
Renowned imaging experts
Brain disorder treatment

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH brain disorder

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