Todd Richards, PhD


About Me

I am a professor of radiology and a core member of the Integrated Brain Imaging Center (IBIC). I have over 25 years experience with acquisition and data analysis of MR Imaging and 15 years experience with functional MR Imaging. I provide the MR engineering/data acquisition/data analysis so that MR data could be quantitatively evaluated. My analysis software is used by several NIH-funded research projects here at the University of Washington. I am an expert on all aspects of MR imaging and can write software code for processing of both data analysis and acquisition. I had 12 years of funding as PI on an NIH grant (RO1 NS-30722) entitled: Multiple sclerosis: MR spectroscopy and evoked potentials. I have current funded projects that involve neuroimaging of dyslexia, dysgraphia, autism, language development, brain and behavioral relations, brain tumor imaging, and MR spectroscopy of mild cognitive impairment.

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