The Art of Neuroimaging

Here are a few of my favorite fiber tracking images I’ve created (and one non-diffusion image). There is an art to neuroimaging. Sorry for the obnoxious watermarks; because all the images are funded by the grant┬áNINDS K23NS060660 (Catherine Price, University of Florida), you need to obtain my permission to use the images. I can provide non-watermarked images. All images are limited to non-commerical use (in part because of TrackVis licensing requirements).


Fibers passing through the brainstem


Frontal to caudate fibers


Centrum semiovale fibers


Fibers through brainstem colored by FA value


Fibers in the pons

Surface map of cortex showing thickness

About Jared Tanner

I have a PhD in Clinical and Health Psychology with an emphasis in neuropsychology at the University of Florida. I previously studied at Brigham Young University. I am currently a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Florida. I spend the bulk of my research time dealing with structural magnetic resonance images of the brain. My specialty is with traditional structural MR images, such as T1-weighted and T2-weighted images, as well as diffusion weighted images. I also look at the cognitive and behavioral functioning of individuals with PD and older adults undergoing orthopedic surgery. Funding for the images came from NINDS K23NS060660 (awarded to Catherine Price, University of Florida). Brain images may not be used without my written permission (grant and software requirements).