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Joy Hirsch
Professor (Medical School)
Ph.D., Columbia University, 1977

General Area of Research

Understanding the neural mechanisms that govern disorders of the brain, early and late visual processes

Current Research

Current research interests include understanding the neural mechanisms that govern disorders of the brain, early and late visual processes, language, emotional regulation, cognitive control and consciousness. The Center is also focused on brain mapping for neurosurgical planning and provides a clinical service for these clinical applications.

Relevant Publications

Etkin, A., Klemenhagen, K., Dudman, J., Rogan, M., Hen, R., Kandel, E., Hirsch, J. Individual Differences in Trait Anxiety Predict the Response of the Basolateral Amygdala to Unconsciously Processed Threat, Neuron, Vol 44, 1043-1055, 2004.

Klein, A., Mensch, B., Ghosh, S., Tourville, J., Hirsch, J., Mindboggle: Automated brain labeling with multiple atlases, Vol 24, 261-280, NeuroImage, 2005.

Egner, T., Hirsch, J., The neural correlates of functional connectivity of cognitive control in a Stroop task, Vol 24, 539-547, NeuroImage, 2005.


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Columbia University
Psychology Dept. &
Radiology Dept.
fMRI Research Center
710 West 168th Street
New York, NY 10032

Phone: 212-342-0291
Fax: 212-342-0855


 
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