Neuroimaging & Health Research
How can we use physical health to improve cognitive and brain functions in special populations?
How do health factors like fitness, childhood obesity and ADHD influence our cognition and brain function?
Which exercise type is best, given our population?
Which exercise type is best for improving Mental Health? Cognitive Health? Brain Health?
How can we make exercise more enjoyable?
Can we use multi-modal neuroimaging data to predict: Exercise Adherence ? Cognitive function? Psychopathology? Individual differences?
The Logan Lab investigates how these health factors influence our cognition and brain function across the lifespan.
We are particularly interested in using neuroimaging techniques, such as EEG and fMRI, coupled with cognitive tasks, to assess these relationships.
Nov 20, 2023
Dr. Logan and collaborators (Dr. Baron, Dr. Furmanek, Dr. Hartman, Dr. McGough, and Dr. Mankodiya) received a $220,000 grant from the Champlin Foundation to form the Neuro-Learning Centre with TMS and fNIRS equipment!
August 25, 2023
New article out today! Exercise Keeps the Brain Healthy! Can be found in a special journal, Frontiers for Young Minds: Neuroscience and Psychology, which publishes science for kids. All journal articles are co-reviewed by a team of mentored kids with a scientific editor.
July 17, 2023
Julia Wolf successfully defended her Masters Thesis! Congratulations on an excellent thesis, Julia, we will miss you!
June 6, 2023
Dr. Logan & Dr. Ward-Ritacco received a $100,000 grant from the Fred M. Roddy Foundation to purchase a brand new DXA scanner for body composition and neuroscience research!