Ana Daugherty Co-First Authored Paper Recognized as One of the Highest Downloaded in Hippocampus

Ana Daugherty co- first authored a paper that was recognized as one of the highest downloaded articles from the journal, Hippocampus. The paper explains the on-going work of a large-scale international collaboration (over 200 scientists, from 15 countries) dedicated to creating methods to measure hippocampal subfields from MRI. The work has important applications to the study of typical memory development, aging, and pathologies, like Alzheimer’s disease.

 Naftali Raz and Noa Ofen were also co-authors on this paper.

Congratulations Ana, Naftali and Noa!

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Ana Daugherty Co-First Authored Paper Recognized as One of the Highest Downloaded in Hippocampus 10/30/2018
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