Gary Strangman, Ph.D.

Psychiatry, Mass General Research Institute
Associate Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry
Harvard Medical School
altitude sickness; brain injuries; brain monitoring; cerebral edema; cerebral hemodynamics; cerebrovascular circulation; functional neuroimaging; hemoglobins; hypoxia; memory disorders; monitoring ambulatory; monte carlo method; rehabilitation; space flight; spectrophotometry infrared; spectroscopy near-infrared; wearable brain imaging

My research interests center around the interface between cognitive science, neuroscience and real-world applications. Current research employs non-invasive technologies to investigate neural correlates of performance and learning, particularly in mobile settings.

I have focused on fMRI and near-infrared spectroscopy and imaging, as well as more limited work with EEG/ERPs. The Neural Systems Group is based at the Massachusetts General Hospital, along with the Athinoula A. Martinos Biomedical Imaging Center (formerly the MGH NMR Center).

My specific research interests include development of novel wearable devices for functional neuroimaging and ambulatory blood pressure monitoring.

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