AIM - Applied Imaging and Modelling

The Applied Imaging and Modelling (AIM) group engages in interdisciplinary collaborations within neuroimaging research using various acquisition modalities, primarily MRI. Our focus is on image processing, statistical modelling, and prediction. The AIM group is involved in a number of projects with internal and external partners, ranging from optimizing cortical thickness measurements in monkeys, over characterizing abnormal brain structure in psychiatric disorders, to measuring changes in cerebral perfusion in Alzheimer’s disease (AD).

We collaborate closely with the Functional Hemodynamics Group and the Neurophysics Group to apply novel theoretical models in the search for and validation of new imaging biomarkers.

Coordinator: Simon Fristed Eskildsen

Associate Professor
Simon Fristed Eskildsen