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Monday , June 25 2018
A team of UTEP professors and students has published valuable findings in creating a data migration method to utilize mapped data between different brain atlases. They are, from left, Arshad Khan, Ph.D., associate professor of Biological Sciences; Claire E. Wells, a December 2017 graduate of UTEP’s Pathobiology doctoral program; Jose G. Perez, a computer science student who received his bachelor’s degree in May 2018; and Olac Fuentes, Ph.D., associate professor of Computer Science. The results of the group's five-year effort were published in May 2018 in Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, a widely read, peer-reviewed and open-access scientific journal. Photo: J.R. Hernandez / UTEP Communications

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