Researchers in the Brain Network Laboratory

PI: Jeff AndersonJeffrey Anderson, MD PhD studied abstract mathematics and neuroscience at Northwestern University before completing residency and fellowship in neuroradiology at the University of Utah. Dr. Anderson is Associate Professor of Neuroradiology and Bioengineering, and Director of Functional Imaging at the University of Utah. He is author of 3 national bestselling science thrillers and a text on the functional anatomy of the brain: Specialty Imaging: Functional MRI (Amirsys, 2013).

Contact: andersonjeffs@gmail.com

 

Jace King is a PhD candidate in the Interdepartmental Program in Neuroscience at the University of Utah, where he previously earned his Bachelor of Science degree in psychology as well as a Master of Business Administration. He is currently working to add functional image processing to his list of neuroimaging expertise which already includes structural and diffusion tensor image processing. His plan for dissertation research includes investigating the neural underpinnings of autism spectrum disorder. He also has strong interests in a number of neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disorders as well as understanding the neural correlates of religious and spiritual experience. 

 

 

Contact: jace.king@hsc.utah.edu

 

Atul Mallik is a neuroradiology fellow at the University of Utah.  He completed undergraduate studies at Harvard University before combined MD PhD training at the University of Chicago. His research includes work on the neurophysiology of the visual cortex, imaging of Lewy Body Dementia, and methods for applying functional MRI and functional connectivity to diagnose psychiatric and neurological disorders. He is a fellow of the Radiological Society of North America and collaborator in the Brain Network Laboratory.

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Contact: Atul.Mallik@hsc.utah.edu

Keri Anderson is a data scientist in the Brain Network Laboratory. With BS and MS degrees in mathematics, she is now pursuing additional training in computer science at the University of Utah. Keri applies her experience in topology, cryptanalysis, and graph theory to write code for analyzing brain networks and visualzing complex scientific data and medical images.

Contact: andersonkeril@gmail.com