Debilitating Symptom Complexes attributed to Ticks - neuroimaging
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- PhD students, Masters by Research
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- Austin Health
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Summary An NHMRC funded project exploring a new treatment for an unexplained syndrome attributed to tick-bites (sometimes called 'Australian Lyme') in a randomised trial. As part of this, structural and functional MRI will longitudinally acquired for those undergoing active treatment and controls.
An NHMRC funded project exploring a new treatment for an unexplained syndrome attributed to tick-bites (sometimes called 'Australian Lyme') in a randomised trial. As part of this, structural and functional MRI will longitudinally acquired, before treatment and after undergoing active treatment or control treatment. The goal is to identify both brain biomarkers of the disease, as well as correlates and predictors of recovery An exciting opportunity to be involved in all aspects, from design, including fMRI paradigm design, through to analysis and write-up. Perfect for a PhD.
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