Dr. Luke Bloy

Research Staff
Research Scientist
Department of Radiology

Dr. Bloy has over 10 years of experience developing analysis tools and methods used to perform pediatric neuroimaging research. Much of his past research has focused on diffusion image analysis, multimodal image registration and developing quality assurance tools. His current research centers on finding technical ways to make participating in MEG research easier and less stressful for participants. Dr. Bloy looks for ways to improve our ability to use MEG to study less compliant subjects, such as infants or low functioning pediatric subjects. This includes developing improved analysis methods (motion correction/artifact rejection) as well as techniques for real-time 3D head modeling for use in MEG source localization.

Luke Bloy, Ph.D.

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