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Dr. Alexandra Badea

Alexandra Badea

My interest lies primarily in using MR microscopy to image the rodent brain, including its vasculature, so as to provide comprehensive morphometric phenotyping. I study the morphometry of the rodent brain, its anatomical variability in normal states, and also in human disease models. Read More

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