Associate Professor in the Institute of Gerontology and the Department of Psychology, Wayne State University
Jessica Damoiseaux, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Institute of Gerontology and the Department of Psychology. Dr. Damoiseaux' main research goal is to understand the changes in brain function and cognition that accompany normal and abnormal aging. She is particularly interested in examining the influence of biological and cognitive predisposition on cognitive and brain network connectivity changes in healthy older adults. The primary approach Dr. Damoiseaux uses to study brain network connectivity is functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). In addition, she uses other neuroimaging techniques, such as structural MRI and diffusion imaging to study brain structure and structural brain connectivity.
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Jessica Damoiseaux News
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Scientific American - 01-Nov-2020
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