Edward Ofori

Arizona State Universiy

Assistant Professor

Neurodegeneration Dementia Biomarkers Neuroimaging Electrophysiology Men

Dr. Edward Ofori is an assistant professor in the field of neuroimaging and Parkinsonism. With a strong academic background, Dr. Ofori holds a PhD in Kinesiology with a focus on Biomechanics and Motor Control from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, as well as Master's degrees in both Statistics and Kinesiology. As a passionate advocate for understanding neurodegenerative diseases, Dr. Ofori has dedicated his career to exploring innovative solutions for improved patient outcomes. Dr. Ofori's professional interests lie in the development and application of advanced neuroimaging techniques to better understand the underlying mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. His research aims to identify novel biomarkers and develop personalized treatment strategies for patients suffering from these conditions. Currently, Dr. Ofori serves as an Assistant Professor at Arizona State University's College of Health Solutions, where he actively engages in teaching, research, and mentoring roles. He is also a faculty member of several research centers, including the Center for Innovation in Healthy and Resilient Aging and the ASU-Banner Neurodegenerative Disease Research Center. In his free time, Dr. Ofori enjoys family, sports, friends, staying active and exploring new ways to integrate his knowledge of motor control and biomechanics into everyday life through hip-hop and music.

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