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The research interests of Paul H. Min, Ph.D., focus on how dysfunctional brain networks affect neurodegenerative diseases. Dr. Min specializes in multimodal neuroimaging methods that model neurotransmitter dynamics — for example, electrochemistry — and functional brain connectivity modeling such as MRI, SPECT and PET imaging. Dr. Min has an additional research interest in how the basal ganglia's motor, limbic and associative functions relate to higher cognitive processes and the concept of the mind.
Brain health, cognition and consciousness could be improved by studying how behavior, environment, mind and mindset affect each other. Dr. Min's goal is to provide an understanding of how the brain works and provide self-awareness of a healthier and more meaningful life.
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