Email: neda.ladbon-bernasconi [at] mcgill.ca (Neda Ladbon-Bernasconi)
Website: Neuroimaging of Epilepsy Laboratory
Recent Publications: PubMed
Academic Affiliations: Neurology and Neurosurgery
Research Groups: Epilepsy, Neuroimaging and Neuroinformatics
Dr Ladbon-Bernasconi, MD PhD is a Neuroscientist specialized in Neuroimaging of Epilepsy. She is co-founder of the Neuroimaging of Epilepsy Laboratory (NOEL).
Overall, the goal of her work is to demonstrate that combining multimodal high-field MRI with statistical modeling provides a comprehensive view of the biological basis of epilepsy.
Using computational neuroanatomy, her team furthers the understanding of various syndromes, particularly those involving the limbic system, through the design and application of methods aimed at assessing the impact of seizures on brain plasticity, connectivity, and cognition.
Bernhardt BC, Worsley KJ, Kim H, Bernasconi A, Evans AC, Bernasconi N. Tracking neocortical atrophy progression in pharmacoresistant temporal lobe epilepsy. Neurology, 2009
Bernhardt BC, Worsley KJ, Besson P, Concha L, Lerch JP, Evans AC, Bernasconi N. Mapping limbic network organization in temporal lobe epilepsy using morphometric correlations: insights on the relation between mesiotemporal connectivity and cortical atrophy. Neuroimage, 42(2): 515-524, 2008.
Bernasconi N, Natsume J, Bernasconi A. Progression in temporal lobe epilepsy: differential atrophy in mesial temporal structures. Neurology, 65: 223-228, 2005.
Bernasconi N, Duchesne S, Janke A, Lerch J, Collins DL, Bernasconi A. Whole brain voxel-based statistical analysis of gray matter and white matter in temporal lobe epilepsy. Neuroimage, 23: 717-23, 2004.
Bernasconi N, Bernasconi A, Caramanos Z, Antel SB, Andermann F, Arnold DL. Mesial temporal damage in temporal lobe epilepsy: a volumetric MRI study of the hippocampus, amygdala and parahippocampal region. Brain 126: 462-469, 2003.
Bernasconi N, Bernasconi A, Andermann F, Dubeau F, Reutens DC. Entorhinal cortex in temporal lobe epilepsy: a quantitative MRI study. Neurology 52: 1870-1876, 1999.