Renée DeVivo is a graduate of the Master of Science Vesalius Anatomy and Neurobiology Program and is now in her first year of the PhD program in the department. Her current research consists of analyzing cognitive impairment in the aging brain and utilizing MRI to measure structural changes.
Supplemental Files for:
Differentiating Between Healthy Control Participants
and those with Mild Cognitive Impairment using Volumetric MRI Data
Renée’s recent posters