Zografos Caramanos, M.A.

Ph.D. Student - Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Lab

Hello. My name is Zografos Caramanos - but most people call me Aki.

For many years now, I have been working with Dr. Douglas L. Arnold in the Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS) Unit. Over this time, I have mostly been involved in using statistical and graphical analyses of conventional and non-conventional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data in order to better understand and predict the pathology, pathophysiology, and clinical course of treated and untreated patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), temporal lobe epilepsy, brain tumours, and Alzheimer’s disease.

As of September 2009, I am also a Ph.D. student in McGill University’s Integrated Program in Neuroscience. For my thesis work, I will be further examining the use and utility of quantitative MRI at describing concurrent neuropathology, and at predicting future disability and neuropathology, in patients with MS.

A full description of my research interests and endeavours, as well as a full list of my publications – with links to PDFs and PubMed abstracts – can be found in my CV, which is available on my personal website (see below).

Telephone:(514) 398–8185
Fax:(514) 398–2975
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