Biographies

Scott K. Holland, PhD

Director, Pediatric Neuroimaging Research Consortium

McLaurin Scholar

Professor, Division of Pediatric Radiology

Phone: 513-636-7565

Fax: 513-636-0434

Email: scott.holland@cchmc.org

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Specialties

Dr. Holland's research currently focuses on advanced neuroimaging applications of MRI in pediatrics. His major focus is on functional MRI of language, hearing and neuroplasticity following brain injury. His research in brain imaging extends to studies in small animals and the use of a 7 Tesla small animal MRI system for micro imaging in mouse and rat models brain development and brain injury.

Biography

Scott K. Holland, PhD, is the McLaurin Scholar in Pediatric Neurosurgery and Professor of Radiology, Pediatrics, Biomedical Engineering, Neuroscience and Physics at University of Cincinnati, and Director of the Pediatric Brain Imaging Research Center at Children’s Hospital Research Foundation.  A physicist by training, he received his BS degree (1980) in physics from Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA., MS (1982) and PhD (1985) degrees in applied physics from Yale University.

Education and Training

BS: Physics (Magna Cum Laude), Muhlenberg College, 1980.

MS: Engineering & Applied Science, Yale University,1982.

MPhil: Engineering & Applied Science, Yale University, 1983.

PhD: Engineering and Applied Science, Yale University, 1985.

Publications

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Grants

fMRI of Language Recovery Following Stroke in Adults. Principal Investigator.  National Institute of Health. Dec 2008 - Nov 2013. #RO1 NS 048281-01.

Improved Diagnostics & Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Pediatric NPSLE. National Institute of Health. Apr 2008 -  Mar2013. P60-AR047784-06/ R01.

The role of CD8+ T cells in the formation of T1 black holes in an animal model of MS. Consult.  National Institute of Health. Apr 2008 - Mar 2012.  #R01-NS05698.

Brain Mechanisms Linking Language, Attention and Memory. External Advisor. National Institute of Health. Apr 2007 - Mar 2012.  #K01-DC008812.