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How Neuroimaging Helps Tailor Treatments for Brain Injury
Neurometabolite is a chemical within cells in the brain that reflects function or dysfunction within those cells; they correspond to the mechanism of the injury. Neuroimaging can detect these and in turn, help medical professionals plan treatment accordingly.
Produced by Victoria Youcha, Brian King, and Jared Schaubert, BrainLine.
Janna Harris, PhD, Dr. Janna Harris received her PhD in Neurobiology from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. Her doctoral research focused on the role of specific extracellular matrix proteoglycans in adaptive synaptic plasticity following brain trauma.
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