Janice Hau, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Research Interests: Atypical Structural Connectivity in ASD
Janice received her doctorate in Neuroscience from the University of Bordeaux where her dissertation work focused on using diffusion MRI to study the connectional anatomy of white matter pathways and their asymmetry and variability. Her current research interests span across the neuroanatomy of fiber pathways and diffusion MRI methods, and focus on understanding atypical structural connectivity in autism spectrum disorder using diffusion MRI combined with other imaging methods (e..g, functional connectivity MRI) and how it relates to cognition across the lifespan.