Leo Bonilha Laboratory
Leo Bonilha, M.D., Ph.D.
I am the principal investigator of the lab. I have been at MUSC since 2007, where I trained in Neurology and Neurophysiology. I joined the Department of Neurology in 2012, where I am a member of the MUSC Comprehensive Epilepsy Center. I am also the co-director of the Neurosciences Neuroimaging Division. View CV.
I am a volunteer in lab, where I work with computer programming and MRI and EEG data analyses.
I am the study coordinator for the lab. I manage IRB and regulatory materials. I also interface with study participants and organize their enrollment in studies.
Ezequiel Gleichgerrcht, M.D., Ph.D.
I am a post-doctoral scholar, working with brain connectivity supporting recovery from aphasia. In this research, I employ comprehensive behavioral measures of language performance, coupled with computational analyses of neuroimaging, notably structural connectivity measures from the whole-brain connectome.
Tanja Kellermann, Ph.D.
I am a post-doctoral scholar and I work in the field of pediatric neurology, focusing on epilepsy and its impact on quality of life. I explore behavioral and cognitive abilities in children with epilepsy using graph theory and probabilistic white matter tractrography obtained from diffusion tensor MRI to investigate cortical connectivity changes. My overall goals are to continue my work in the areas of neuroimaging, neuropsychology, and mental health in children and adolescence with epilepsy, working towards an improved understanding of neurobiological changes that occur in epilepsy and its co-morbidities.
I am a computer programmer. I work in developing and improving the computational component of image analysis, in particular brain connectivity measures.
(left to right) Dr. Bonilha, John DelGaizo, Dr. Gleichgerrcht, Sheri Davis, Travis Nesland and Dr. Kellermann