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Mike is a member of the neuroscience portion of the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) study, which examines how life experiences, behavior, and psychological and social factors affect well-being over the course of life.
Mike's previous research includes the use of a variety of imaging modalities, including MRI, µPET and CT to study the genetic and epigenetic factors contributing to anxiety and depression, the growth and development of the vocal tract and associated structures as well as typical and atypical vocal fold vibratory patterns.
B.S., Psychology, University of Wisconsin–Madison
What does well-being mean to me?
"Being one with the cosmos."
- Publication: Hyoid bone development – an assessment of optimal CT scanner parameters and three-dimensional volume rendering techniques
- Publication: Typing vocal fold vibratory patterns in excised larynx experiments via digital kymography
- Publication: An automatic method to quantify mucosal waves via videokymography