Assistant Professor of Radiology and Neurology at Harvard Medical School
Assistant in Neuroscience at Massachusetts General Hospital
Department of Neurology, MGH
Department of Radiology, MGH
PhD, Leibniz University Hannover
Martin has developed tools for unbiased robust image registration that are extremely accurate in the presence of longitudinal change, e.g. atrophy, tumor growth, or jaw, neck, tongue movement. He has taken over primary responsibility for the ongoing development of the FreeSurfer longitudinal analysis stream, and also worked with Peter Sand to develop and validate prototype tools for registering histological and block-face images to high-resolution ex vivo MRI. His interests also include advanced methods for modeling disease progression and treatment response, as well as spectral shape analysis and other topics in computational geometry and topology.