Welcome to the Zhong Lab
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Current Research Projects
The Zhong group has been focusing on advanced techniques for MR brain diffusion and functional imaging, quantitative analysis of brain structural and functional networks, and fast MR imaging techniques. These advance techniques have been applied to MRI and fMRI studies in neuroscience, translational medicine and individual longitudinal imaging analysis. Four main themes of work are:
The members of the group collaborate extensively with other researchers and clinicians, in the School of Medicine as well as River Campus and affiliated laboratories, to focus their multidisciplinary talents on problems to which imaging may contribute useful information. They also are engaged in fundamental studies designed to enhance the performance of MR imaging methods, and to better understand the nature of the information obtainable by different MRI techniques. Members of the Division undertake undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral teaching and training at University of Rochester.
- Liver transplantation nearly normalizes brain spontaneous activity and cognitive function at 1 month: a resting-state functional MRI study.Metab Brain Dis. 30, 979-88. (2015 Aug 01).
- Development of mature BDNF-specific sandwich ELISA.J Neurochem. 134, 75-85. (2015 Jul 01).
- Abnormal Intrinsic Brain Activity Patterns in Patients with End-Stage Renal Disease Undergoing Peritoneal Dialysis: A Resting-State Functional MR Imaging Study.Radiology, 141913. (2015 Jun 08).