This is the home page for Todd Richards <Todd Richards>.

Dr. Richards is involved in 7 different brain imaging projects that involve functional MRI of language, memory, pain, face perception, and states of consciousness. He is currently the subproject PI of the Multidisciplinary Learning Disability Center Brain Imaging Project. He is also involved in the Autism STAART grant where EEG-event related potentials are co-registered to MRI and fMRI during the cognitive task of face perception. Proton MR spectroscopy is also used in several of his projects to study neurochemical changes in neurological disorders.
This is a link to our Dyslexia Research.

Todd Richards CV.
This is a link to our research and reviews on magnetic therapy.

Richards' research on multiple sclerosis.



Photograph of a child preparing for a functional MR spectroscopic imaging scan (with the PEPSI technique). The child is near the bore of the General Electric Signa magnet which operates at 1.5 Tesla. The earphone connection is also visible (black tubing).