The Center's Rob Barry and colleagues describe the new approach in the journal Brain.
Emily Lindemer and the Brain Aging and Dementia Lab reported the findings in the journal Neurology.
The technique yields higher quality images from less data, reducing radiation doses for CT and PET and shortening scan times for MRI.
A study by Matt Rosen and colleagues is in the running for best biomedical research of 2017.
The newly published research draws on data from the Harvard Aging Brain Study.
An ongoing study by Anastasia Yendiki and colleagues is yielding important new insights into the disorders.
A new imaging probe was inspired by the chemistry of the novelty light source.
Difficulties in communicating are often tied to motor skill deficits. Using tablets can help to overcome these.
The Martinos Center’s Christin Sander and colleagues reported the finding last month.
Researchers are using advanced optical imaging technology to study the relationship between the two.