Dr. Signe Bray uses functional and structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to study learning and cognition, with a focus on cognitive development and the effects of neurodevelopmental disorders on the brain. Her research goals are to apply neuroimaging to better understand how developmental changes in brain architecture affect information processing, and how structural alterations, resulting from developmental disorders, lead to cognitive difficulties. She is also interested in the effects of learning and practice on brain activity, structure and behavior.
Functional networks in the acute post-concussion phase and their relationship to functional outcomes (a sub-study of Dr. Keith Yeate's Advancing Concussion Assessment in Pedatrics (ACAP) study)
Website: Bray Neuroimaging Lab