Assessing Traumatic Head Injury with Neurocognitive Approaches Lab
The Assessing Traumatic Head Injury with Neurocognitive Approaches (ATHINA) Lab aims to explore the effects of mTBI on neurocognitive outcomes across the adult lifespan. Towards this end, we utilize functional and structural neuroimaging and cognitive assessments to capture multiple aspects of brain and cognitive health in samples of current and former athletes. Our goal is to gain a more complete understanding of the ways in which mTBI affects healthy brain aging trajectories, and identify factors that may protect against or exacerbate any deviations from these trajectories.
Dr. Eleanna Varangis, director of the ATHINA Lab, is seeking a postdoctoral research fellow to begin as early as Summer 2023. Details: myumi.ch/ezXp2. Posting on U-M Jobs site: myumi.ch/JpRbV.
830 North University
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1048