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The research interests of Hang Joon Jo, Ph.D., M.S., focus on neurological and psychiatric disorders that cause a substantial socioeconomic burden to society. Dr. Jo uses a combination of neuroimaging, biosignal analysis and machine learning to identify therapeutic targets for a variety of these disorders.
Dr. Jo collaborates with the following Mayo Clinic investigators:
Neuroimaging and biosignaling enable the quantitative analyses of therapeutic and adverse effects of neurological treatments. Dr. Jo's ultimate goal is to translate the results of his research into clinical practice. Dr. Jo focuses on the development of new imaging and analysis techniques to identify quantified biomarkers for neurological and psychiatric diseases to optimize diagnostic and therapeutic processes.
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