Dr. Ji Hyun Ko received his BSc in electrical and computer engineering at Hanyang University (Seoul, South Korea). Then he received PhD in neurological science at McGill University (Montreal). He did his first post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Toronto under the supervision of Dr. Antonio Strafella and trained in functional brain imaging in Parkinson’s disease. Then, he moved to New York to join in Dr. David Eidelberg’s group and trained in multivariate brain imaging analysis in Parkinson’s disease. In 2014, He got appointed to an Assistant Professor in the department of Human Anatomy and Cell Science at the University of Manitoba. He is currently an Associate Professor in the same department. His current research interest is in the realization of “bench to bedside” via developing quantifiable brain imaging-based biomarkers which can be used for more accurate diagnosis as well as an outcome measurement for novel interventions.
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