Imaging Genetics

Section Leader: Prof. dr. ir. Boudewijn P.F. Lelieveldt

The Imaging Genetics section focuses on developing methods to analyze high-dimensional data across different levels and scales to produce new insights about structural and functional organization of the brain. Our aim is to discover associations between neuroanatomical and neurophysiological observations and the underlying molecular mechanisms in healthy and diseased brains.  We develop computational algorithms to cross-link neuroimaging data and high-throughput "omics" data through spatially-localized molecular data, such as atlases of the Allen Institute for Brain Science.



Current Projects

A list of previous projects can be found here

Associated Researchers

For more information, contact Boudewijn P.F. Lelieveldt
Funding
  • Genes in Space
  • VAnPIRe – Visual Analysis in Population Imaging Research
  • Human Brain Project (SP08: Medical Informatics Platform)