Andrew Janke, Ph.D.

Research Associate -

I’m a 30 year old Australian living and working in Montreal with my wife and two young sons. I am one of the primary authors of the MINC imaging toolbox and for this reason have worked in conjunction with a number of sites including the Aarhus PET Centre, Cuban Neuroscience Institute, UCLA Medical School, University of Queensland, University of Nottingham and GSK Pharmaceuticals. My undergraduate training was a combination of anatomy and computer science. I completed a PhD concerning the automated tracking of atrophy in Alzheimer’s dementia in 2001. Since then my family and I have alternated between spending time at the Montreal Neurological Institute working on multiple sclerosis, temporal lobe epilepsy and normative ageing in the young, normal and elderly adult and the University of Queensland working on stroke, Alzheimer’s and EEG source localisation. My current research includes distributed computing, fMRI simulation and work on the ADNI project. Whilst we are currently living in Montreal, we will always call Australia home.

Telephone:+1 514–398–4400 ext. 09552
Fax:+1 514–398–2975
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