Doug Dean III, PhD, Awarded Pilot Research Core Revitalization Program Grant

Doug Dean, PhD

Congratulations to Principal Investigator Doug Dean III, PhD (Assistant Professor, Neonatology & Newborn Nursery) whose project “Computing Resources for Rapid Reconstruction and Analysis of Next Generation Magnetic Resonance” was selected by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education’s pilot Research Core Revitalization Program.

The $127,712 grant will facilitate upgrading and expanding computing resources of the Brain Imaging Core (BIC) at the Waisman Center’s Intellectual & Developmental Research Center in order to support the rapid increasing computational demands of such methods. The project’s Co-PI is Steven Kecskemeti, PhD, Waisman Center, and Co-Investigator Andrew Alexander, PhD, Department of Medical Physics and Psychiatry.  More details about the BIC and this project can be found here.