Erin Mazerolle

Assistant Professor
110B
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(902) 867-1641

Dr. Mazerolle’s main research interest is in understanding how cognition and plasticity is supported by the interplay of neural activity, brain energetics, and cerebral hemodynamics in the human brain. To this end, she applies advanced functional brain mapping acquisition and analysis techniques, which confer a high degree of physiological and anatomical specificity, to probe neurovascular coupling in health and disease. Dr. Mazerolle’s work has included studies of essential tremor, multiple sclerosis, and cerebrovascular disease. Technologies include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), focused ultrasound, and event-related brain potentials (ERPs). Ongoing projects in Dr. Mazerolle’s lab include developing software to assess and improve reproducibility of fMRI research.