My group develops and applies new computational and mathematical techniques to study and map the structure and function of the brain. Our work ranges from developing novel computational imaging and image analysis algorithms, to their application in neuroscience and clinical radiology and neonatology. Some of the engineering problems we are currently addressing include motion correction of fetal MRI studies, diffusion imaging and structural connectivity in the developing fetus, functional imaging and functional connectivity of the fetal brain, the construction of spatio-temporal atlases of brain connectivity and cortical folding, and the development of bio-markers for the clinical assessment of pregnancies and premature neonatal health.