Imaging Alzheimer’s: an interview with early career researcher, Collin Luk

Written by Lauren Pulling, Editor

Collin Luk is a second year Adult Neurology Resident at the University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada). He completed his PhD in neuroscience and his medical school training at the University of Calgary (Calgary, Canada). His PhD research (supervised by Naweed Syed) focused on understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms of synapse formation as well as biotechnology development in the areas of brain computer interfaces and lab-on-a-chip diagnostic devices. His current research focuses on the utilization of 3D texture analysis of MR images to detect early changes in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and ALS. In this interview, Collin tells us about his...

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