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profileCorinna Mae Bauer, Ph.D.

TitleInstructor in Ophthalmology
InstitutionSchepens Eye Research Institute
DepartmentOphthalmology
AddressMassaschusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
20 Staniford St
Boston MA 02114
Phone617/573-4072
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Available: 07/25/17, Expires: 08/31/18

Project Description: We are interested in exploring the developmental effects of preterm hypoxic ischaemic injury on vision in adolescents and young adults with periventricular leukomalacia (PVL). PVL is associated with impaired myelination, cortical development, and thalamic injury, each of which may negatively impact development of the visual system and affect visual abilities. We use a variety of MRI techniques to examine specific aspects of brain structure, function, and white matter connectivity related to visual dysfunctions observed in individuals with PVL. The student will work closely with senior investigators in the lab to assess functional vision using a variety of computer-based software and assist with collecting and analyzing structural and diffusion MRI data. The research covers multiple disciplines and would be ideal for those considering further training in the disciplines of neurology, ophthalmology (specifically neuro-ophthalmology), or pediatrics. Skills Required: A bachelor's degree in psychology, neuroscience, physiology, computer science, or related fields is required. An interest in working with young persons with disabilities would be highly desirable. Previous experience with neuroimaging would be ideal. Strong work ethic, organization, communication skills, and attention to detail are required. The candidate should be self-motivated and able to solve problems independently while also being comfortable working with others. Applicants with a background in programming (e.g. Unix, C, Python, MATLAB), statistical analysis software (e.g. R, SAS, STATA, etc), and/or neuroimaging software (e.g. FreeSurfer, FSL, DSIStudio, etc.) are strongly encouraged to apply. Duration of Project: A minimum of six months commitment is required, however one year is preferable. Project Site: The project takes place at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. Please see our lab website for more information. https://scholar.harvard.edu/merabetlab/home


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  1. Bauer CM, Zajac LE, Koo BB, Killiany RJ, Merabet LB. Age-related changes in structural connectivity are improved using subject-specific thresholding. J Neurosci Methods. 2017 Aug 15; 288:45-56. PMID: 28647426.
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  2. Merabet LB, Devaney KJ, Bauer CM, Panja A, Heidary G, Somers DC. Characterizing Visual Field Deficits in Cerebral/Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) Using Combined Diffusion Based Imaging and Functional Retinotopic Mapping: A Case Study. Front Syst Neurosci. 2016; 10:13. PMID: 26941619; PMCID: PMC4766290.
  3. Frisoni GB, Jack CR, Bocchetta M, Bauer C, Frederiksen KS, Liu Y, Preboske G, Swihart T, Blair M, Cavedo E, Grothe MJ, Lanfredi M, Martinez O, Nishikawa M, Portegies M, Stoub T, Ward C, Apostolova LG, Ganzola R, Wolf D, Barkhof F, Bartzokis G, DeCarli C, Csernansky JG, deToledo-Morrell L, Geerlings MI, Kaye J, Killiany RJ, Lehéricy S, Matsuda H, O'Brien J, Silbert LC, Scheltens P, Soininen H, Teipel S, Waldemar G, Fellgiebel A, Barnes J, Firbank M, Gerritsen L, Henneman W, Malykhin N, Pruessner JC, Wang L, Watson C, Wolf H, deLeon M, Pantel J, Ferrari C, Bosco P, Pasqualetti P, Duchesne S, Duvernoy H, Boccardi M. The EADC-ADNI Harmonized Protocol for manual hippocampal segmentation on magnetic resonance: evidence of validity. Alzheimers Dement. 2015 Feb; 11(2):111-25. PMID: 25267715; PMCID: PMC4422168.
  4. Bauer C, Yazzolino L, Hirsch G, Cattaneo Z, Vecchi T, Merabet LB. Neural correlates associated with superior tactile symmetry perception in the early blind. Cortex. 2015 Feb; 63:104-117. PMID: 25243993; PMCID: PMC4305477.
  5. Bauer CM, Heidary G, Koo BB, Killiany RJ, Bex P, Merabet LB. Abnormal white matter tractography of visual pathways detected by high-angular-resolution diffusion imaging (HARDI) corresponds to visual dysfunction in cortical/cerebral visual impairment. J AAPOS. 2014 Aug; 18(4):398-401. PMID: 25087644; PMCID: PMC4150820.
  6. Bauer CM, Cabral HJ, Killiany RJ. It is unclear if adjusting cortical thickness for changes in gray/white matter intensity ratio improves discrimination between normal aging, MCI, and AD. Brain Imaging Behav. 2014 Mar; 8(1):133-40. PMID: 24535034; PMCID: PMC3930075.
  7. Bauer CM, Cabral HJ, Greve DN, Killiany RJ. Differentiating between Normal Aging, Mild Cognitive Impairment, and Alzheimer’s disease with FDG-PET: Effects of Normalization Region and Partial Volume Correction Method. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease and Parkisonism. 2013; 3:113.
  8. Saito N, Sakai O, Bauer CM, Norbash AM, Jara H. Age-related relaxo-volumetric quantitative magnetic resonance imaging of the major salivary glands. J Comput Assist Tomogr. 2013 Mar-Apr; 37(2):272-8. PMID: 23493218.
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  9. Bauer CM, Jara H, Killiany R. Whole brain quantitative T2 MRI across multiple scanners with dual echo FSE: applications to AD, MCI, and normal aging. Neuroimage. 2010 Aug 15; 52(2):508-14. PMID: 20441797; PMCID: PMC2907072.
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