Kristian Eschenburg

Doctoral Candidate, Bioengineering

About Me

I graduated from UCLA in 2012 with an undergraduate degree in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology. I worked at UCLA and USC for 5 years as an undergraduate and research associate, studying white matter connectivity of childhood genetic disorders, including 22q Deletion Syndrome and Turner Syndrome, along with structural connectivity in children with hemispherectomy surgery.

At IBIC, I will be applying my previous experience with structural connectivity to the field of connectivity-based cortical parcellation by combining the diffusion, resting state, and functional imaging modalities.

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