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Eun-Young Lee

Eun-Young Lee
Eun-Young Lee  
Assistant Professor
Department of Neurology
Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine
USA

Biography

Eun-Young Lee currently working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology at Pennsylvania State University. I received my PhD in Psychology (Cognition and Neuroscience) at University of Missouri-Columbia. Eun-Young Lee have a broad background in psychology and neurology, with specific training in research areas of Cognitive functions in neurodegenerative disorders [e.g., Parkinson’s disease (PD)], EEG (electroencephalography), and MRI techniques. Eun-Young Lee have worked on all aspects of several clinical translational projects from study design; subject evaluation; imaging data collection, analysis, interpretation, and manuscript writing; and grant preparations. Eun-Young Lee have a keen interest in both normal and dysfunctional brain processes, as well as detecting markers to help us better understand brain function. For example, Eun-Young Lee current research focuses on investigating structural and functional brain changes in PD patients (disease progression and/or dementia conversion or factors that may modify the course of the disease progression) and preclinical populations who are at risk for developing neurobehavioral disorders (e.g., asymptomatic welders and farmers) by means of multimodal MRI markers.

Research Interest

Psychology, Neurology, Parkinson’s Disease, Electroencephalography, MRI Techniques, Progression, Dementia, Asymptomatic Welders, Farmers, MRI markers

Publications

Cartilage Regeneration Using a Fibrin and Autologous Cultured Chondrocytes Mixture in a Canine Model

Chang-Kwon Ko, Eun-Young Lee, Jae-Deog Jang, Seok-Jung Kim, Dong-Sam Suh and Cheong-Ho Chang
Research Article: J Tissue Sci Eng 2012, 3: 114
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7552.1000114
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