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Appointments

Director, Integrated Brain Imaging Center, University of Washington

Professor of Radiology and Neurology (Joint),  University of Washington School of Medicine

Research Affiliate, Center on Human Development and Disability, University of Washington

Adjunct Professor of Neurology, University of Iowa



About Me

One paragraph bio - or biosketch for NIH

Research Interests

My research program is a synthesis of imaging technology and cognitive neuroscience, using functional and structural imaging techniques to study the neural basis of language processes in health and disease, and developing and validating new imaging methods for application to clinical populations.  I am specifically interested in the role of the left temporal lobe in lexical and semantic processing as a paradigm for the operation of higher order association cortex.  I am also interested in the alterations of systems for lexical retrieval that accompany neurological disease, especially stroke and degenerative dementia.

 

Recent Publications

Illes J, Kirschen M, Edwards E, Stanford L, Bandettini P, Cho M, Ford PJ, Glover G, Kulynych J, Macklin R, Michael DB, Wolf SM, Grabowski TJ, Seto B, and Members of the Working Group. Practical Approaches to Incidental Findings  in Brain Imaging Research.  Neurology70:384-90, 2008.

Graves WW, Grabowski TJ, Mehta SM, Gupta P. Left posterior superior temporal gyrus participates specifically in accessing lexical phonology .J Cogn Neurosci 20:1698-1710, 2008.

Rudrauf D, Mehta S, Bruss J, Tranel D, Damasio H, Grabowski TJ. Thresholding Lesion Overlap Difference Maps: Application to Category-Related Naming and Recognition Deficits  NeuroImage 41:970-984, 2008.

GrabowskiTJ.  More to MCI than meets the eye.  Commentary on Ahmed et al.  Cortex 44:753-7565, 2008.

Rudrauf D, Mehta S, Grabowski TJ.  Disconnection’s Renaissance takes shape: formal incorporation in the voxel-based lesion method.  Cortex 44:1084-1096, 2008.

Allen JS, Bruss J, Mehta S, Grabowski TJ, Brown CK, Damasio H. Effects of Spatial Transformation on Regional Brain Volume Estimates. NeuroImage 42:535-547, 2008.

Greenberg SM, Grabowski TJ, Gurol ME, Skehan ME, Nandigam RNK, Becker JA, Garcia-Alloza M, Prada C, Frosch MP, Rosand J, Viswanathan A, Smith EE, Johnson KA. Detection of isolated cerebrovascular ß-amyloid with Pittsburgh compound B. Ann Neurol 64(5): 587-91 2008.

Tranel, D., Vianna, E.P.M., Manzel, K., Damasio, H., & Grabowski, T. Neuroanatomical correlates of the Benton Facial Recognition Test and Judgment of Line Orientation Test. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology31(2): 219-33 2009

Gläscher J, Tranel D, Paul LK, Rudrauf D, GrabowskiTJ, Adolphs R. Lesion Mapping of Cognitive Abilities Linked to Intelligence. Neuron 61(5): 681-91 2009

Xue Y, Chen Y, Grabowski TJ, Xiong J. Direct MRI Mapping of Neuronal Activity Evoked by Electrical Stimulation of the Median Nerve at the Right Wrist.  Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, (in press). 

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