Brain Development Imaging Labs

BDIL is dedicated to the study of brain development and its disorders, with specific focus on autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). The primary techniques used by the lab are different types of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

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Postdoctoral Position: Multimodal MRI and Clinical Study of ASD

An NIH funded position for a postdoctoral fellow is available at the Brain Development Imaging Laboratories (BDIL) of the Dept. of Psychology, San Diego State University. The position will combine clinical evaluations of children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) with multimodal MR imaging.

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Meet the Team

BDIL Launches the Smooth Transition Study (STS) for Young Adults with Autism


This new study examines links between brain functioning and well-being during the key transition period to young adulthood in individuals with and without autism. The study is funded by Autism Speaks and is led by doctoral student Maya Reiter.


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BDIL Student Awarded Five-Year Fellowship


Congratulations to Lisa Mash, a student in the Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, who was awarded a Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation, which will support her doctoral research using multimodal imaging methods to study dynamic functional connectivity in ASD.


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