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Colin Studholme, Ph.D.

Professor of Pediatrics and Bioengineering
Research Affiliate, Center on Human Development and Disability
University of Washington,
Box 356320
Seattle, WA 98195-6320

Dr. Studholme

Dr. Studholme focuses on mathematical and computational techniques to study brain anatomy and its change over time, with a particular focus on fetal and premature neonatal brain growth. In particular, new methods of detecting brain abnormalities from MRI scans of the premature neonate are being developed. In addition to expanding our understanding of brain development in premature infants, these methods may be able to identify new neuroanatomical markers for poor neurodevelopmental outcomes that suggest early clinical intervention.

Biomedical Image Computing Group

Dr. Studholme's Dept. of Bioengineering website

CHDD Outlook 2012 Issue#7-Picture This: Researchers Try to Build an Atlas of How Human Brain Develops In Utero

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