- Indiana University
- United States of America
About Brad Caron
I am a graduate student at Indiana University working with Franco Pestilli and Nicholas Port to identify the effects repetitive head impacts, traumatic brain injury, and sports participation have on brain tissue structural integrity properties using MRI. I am also interested in the effects of visual pathology on the structural properties of the underlying white matter tissue of the visual brain. Working on brainlife.io to develop efficient and reproducible neuroimaging analyses and pipelines to be used on large-scale datasets.
Areas of Expertise
Athletic data depression: Gap in available neuroimaging data and technology limits understanding of effects of sports participation on the brain