Karl-Heinz Nenning, Ph.D.
Karl-Heinz Nenning is a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Biomedical Imaging and Neuromodulation. He graduated from the Medical University of Vienna with a PhD in Medical Informatics, Biostatistics and Complex Systems. His research focuses on leveraging in vivo functional magnetic resonance imaging to investigate the impact of neurological diseases such as brain tumors and epilepsy on the functional organization of the brain. He is also studying the characterization of functional network trajectories to predict surgical outcome and support early treatment decisions. In addition, he is interested in developing alignment approaches to establish correspondences across individuals and species. Overall, his research aims to support the clinical application of neuroimaging.
- BSc, Medical Informatics, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
- MSc, Medical Informatics, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
- PhD, Medical Informatics, Biostatistics and Complex Systems, Medical University of Vienna, Austria