Alina K. Fong received her PhD in Clinical Neuropsychology with an emphasis in neuroimaging from Brigham Young University. During her academic career under the mentorship of Dr. Erin Bigler and Dr. Mark Allen, Dr. Alina Fong received the national American Psychological Association Clinical Neuropsychology Division 40 Graduate Student Research Award in 2004 for her research on “Cortical Sources of the N400 and ‘The N400 Effect.” Dr. Fong’s interest in brain mapping soon turned to functional MRI, and since then, her research efforts have been focused on the clinical applications of fMRI.
Alina Fong’s EternalCore 2019 Speaking Schedule:
Saturday Morning: “Functional NeuroCognitive Imaging (fNCI): Using fMRI to Guide Holistic Treatment for Concussion”
Alina’s Podcast Episode:
Feb 5, 2019 – Ep. 10 Alina Fong: How MRI Technology Give Us Hope in Mental Health Healing
These Patients Didn’t Need Medication