Student Information

Ryu LienFollow

Faculty

Health Science

Supervisor Name

Lindsay Nagamatsu

Keywords

Physical activity, cognitive function, obesity, old age, creativity

Description

The first project was focused on processing MRI diffusion tensor imaging on FMRIB Software Library to obtain fractional anisotropy and mean diffusivity.

The second project was focused on creating a survey on Qualtrics to examine the relationships between cognition and physical activity across the lifespan.

Acknowledgements

Thank you to Joyla Furlano, Lindsay Nagamatsu, Rebecca Horst, Exercise, Mobility and Brain Health Lab, and the Western Undergraduate Summer Research Internship (USRI) for providing me with engaging research experiences.

Document Type

Poster

COinS
 

The effects of resistance training to improve brain health in older adults with obesity AND Relationships between cognition and physical activity across the lifespan

The first project was focused on processing MRI diffusion tensor imaging on FMRIB Software Library to obtain fractional anisotropy and mean diffusivity.

The second project was focused on creating a survey on Qualtrics to examine the relationships between cognition and physical activity across the lifespan.

 

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