Zvi Baratz

Zvi Baratz

PhD student at Prof. Yaniv Assaf‘s laboratory

Research project

Currently there are two projects that make up the inception of my academic endeavor; the first is a statistical analysis of the MAMI database using the AxCaliber algorithm, both established and generated by prof. Yaniv Assaf's lab. This unique database of mammalian MRI information allows searching for evolutionary correlations through a cross-species comparison of micro-anatomical characteristics. The second project, which will also constitute my MSc thesis, is a functional in vivo representation of the cortical layers using an inversion recovery functional MRI sequence.


Research Categories: Behavioral Neuroscience, Cognitive neuroscience

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