Jennifer Steeves, Facility Director MRI Research Facility.
1032 Sherman Health Science Research Centre
In broad strokes, our lab studies brain plasticity. We are asking questions such as, how does the brain adapt to changes in sensory input or to direct brain damage. We use converging techniques such as psychophysics, eye movement measurement, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to examine the brain and behaviour.
Joy Williams B.Sc.(Hons) M.R.T.(MR), MRI Technologist MRI Research Facility
1010 Sherman Health Science Research Centre
Ph: 416-736-2100 x44531
Joy is the MRI Technologist for the 3T Siemens Tim Trio MRI scanner at the MRI Research Facility. She has been working in MRI research for 10 years and continues to be amazed by the this non-invasive technology that allows us to peer into ourselves, both into our bodies and our minds (through fMRI). Joy is also the Safety Officer for the facility, and holds training sessions on a regular basis at the facility. Please contact Joy to sign up for a training session or to book time on the scanner.
Aman Ish Goyal M.Sc.
1012 Sherman Health Science Research Centre
Ph: 416-736-2100 x33771
Aman Ish Goyal is working as a MRI Analyst with the MRI Research Facility here at York University. He will be supporting the research in the Schneider Lab as well as in the MRI Research Facility at large. He is an Electrical Engineer by his undergrad and has an M.S. in Biomedical Engineering. He received his graduate training in Gulf War Syndrome Project’s Neuroimaging Laboratory at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Texas, USA. While his work here at York University relates primarily to neuroimaging, all things related to Healthcare Technology interest him.