Vera Novak, M.D. Ph.D. Associate Professor of Medicine, Director SAFE Program, Adjunct Professor of Mathematics North Carolina State University; Faculty- Center for Dynamical Biomarkers and Translational Medicine, National Central University, Taiwan Dr. Novak's interests include mechanisms of cerebrovascular regulation, imaging and biotechnologies for prevention and treatment of age-related disorders.
Brad Manor, Ph.D. Instructor in Medicine, Director of the Aging and Balance Control Laboratory (link). Dr. Manor studies the complex systems that control human gait and posture, and how these systems adapt to chronic impairments associated with aging and superimposed diseases such as peripheral neuropathy or stroke. He is also interested in the development of novel interventions-such as noninvasive brain stimulation, active feedback systems or Tai Chi training-that improve balance via optimization of control systems and the exploitation of their adaptive properties.
Specialty: Biomechanics, Motor Control
Magdy Selim, M.D. Ph.D. Associate Professor in Neurology, the Co-director of Stroke Center and Co-director of Neurovascular fellowship, BIDMC. Dr. Selim studies the mechanisms and treatment of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke.
Specialty: Neurology, stroke
Medha Munshi, M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine, Director of the Geriatric Diabetes Program at the BIDMC and Joslin Diabetes Clinic. Dr. Munshi is interested in treatment of diabetes in older adults.
Specialty: Geriatrics, Endocrinology
Peter Novak, M.D. Ph.D. Assistant Professor in Neurology at the Dept. of Neurology, University of Massachusetts and the Director of the Autonomic Laboratory. Dr. Novak interested in movement and autonomic nervous system disorders, Parkinson's disease and Multiple system atrophy.
Specialty: Neurology, Autonomic Disorders
Chung-Kang Peng, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Chung-Kang Peng, Ph.D., is the Co-Director of the Rey Institute for Nonlinear Dynamics in Medicine at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the
Harvard Medical School. He is also the Associate Director of the National
Research Resource for Complex Physiologic Signals (PhysioNet) funded by the
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering and
National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the
National Institutes of Health. Dr. Peng is also a Visiting Scholar at the
Boston University Physics Department, a Research Affiliate of the
Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, and an adjunct Distinguished Professor of
Yuan Ze University (Taiwan).
Specialty: Statistical physics
David C. Alsop, Ph.D. Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Centre for Advanced MR imaging at BIDMC. Dr. Alsop is interested in perfusion and functional MRI.
Specialty: MR physics
Amir M. Abduljalil, Ph.D. Research Scientist, Dept. of Radiology at The Ohio State University. Dr. Abduljalil is interested in the MR imaging and spectroscopy at ultra-high magnetic fields.
Aggostino Bruzzone, Ph.D.
Jerry Cavallerano, O.D.,Ph.D. Chief Center for Ocular Telehealth, Joslin Diabetes Clinic. Dr. Cavalerano developed methods for noninvasive retinal imaging.
Marek Czosnyka,Ph.D. Reader in Brain Physics, Academic neurosurgery University of Cambridge, U.K. Dr. Czosnyka is interested in cerebral autoregulation and intracranial pressure monitoring in acute care.
Timothy David, Ph.D.
Pierre Gremaud, Ph.D.
Ihab Hajjar, M.D. Assistant professor in medicine ? and gerontology at University of Southern California is interested in the treatment of hypertension in older adults.
Thomas Heldt, Ph.D.
Kun Hu, Ph.D. Assistant professor in medicine at HMS, Medical Chronobiology and Circadian rhythms program, Brigham and Women's Hospital. Dr. Hu is interested in regulation of biological rhythms in health and disease.
Norden Huang, Ph.D.
Markhu Kankaanpää, M.D. Ph.D.
Lewis Lipsitz, M.D.
Mette Olufsen, Ph.D.
Paula Roberson, Ph.D.
George Verghese, Ph.D.
Jue Zhang, Ph.D. Associate professor, College of Engineering, Peking University, Beijing, China. Dr. Zhang is an active member of the Center for Functional Imaging Research and the Academy for Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies at Peking University. Dr. Zhang's research interests include functional MRI acquisition, medical signal analysis and instrument design, and cold plasma studies.