Jennifer Griffith

Program Years: 2008-2009

Mentors:

Primary:Jeffrey Neil

Secondary: Philip Bayly

Graduate Thesis Title: Characterization of Normal Development and Injury in the Premature Baboon Brain

Publications: 

Barnette AR, Neil JJ, Kroenke CD, Griffith JL, Epstein AA, Bayly PV, Knutsen AK, Inder TE. Characterization of brain development in the ferret via MRI. Pediatr Res. 66:80-84.  (2009)

Griffith, J. L., Shimony, J. S., Cousins, S. A., Rees, S. E., McCurnin, D. C., Inder, T. E., & Neil, J. J. (2011). MR imaging correlates of white-matter pathology in a preterm baboon model. Pediatric research, 71(2), 185-191.

Tao, J. D., Barnette, A. R., Griffith, J. L., Neil, J. J., & Inder, T. E. (2011). Histopathologic correlation with diffusion tensor imaging after chronic hypoxia in the immature ferret. Pediatric research, 71(2), 192-198.