Welcome to my website!

I am a research scientist at the Center for BrainHealth, the University of Texas at Dallas. I work in Dr. Daniel Krawczyk's lab where I analyze MRI-based neuroimaging data of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and individuals receiving rehabilitative interventions for TBI. I integrate these neuroimaging variables with their neuro-psychological measures. Prior to joining the Center for BrainHealth, I was a postdoctoral research associate at Washington University in St. Louis for two years (PI: Dr. David Brody) after I received my PhD in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University in 2011 (Advisor: Dr. Thomas Talavage). My research interests include characterizing the brain networks of individuals with TBI and other diseases and disorders as well as utilizing advanced MRI techniques to develop novel methodologies for MRI analysis.

My CV may be accessed as a pdf file.
Center for BrainHealth
School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences
University of Texas at Dallas
2200 W Mockingbird Ln, Mail Stop: CBH
Dallas, TX 75235

Email: kihwan.han@utdallas.edu

Recent News
  • I was interviewed by a UK Magazine Neuro Rehab Times about recent study findings.
  • I gave an oral presentation on the reorganization of modular brain network after cognitive training for TBI at the BMES 2017 meeting in Phoenix, AZ.
  • My OHBM 2017 abstract was selected as a newsworthy abstract.
  • I gave an oral presentation on neuroplasticity associated with reduced depressive symptoms after cognitive training for TBI at the OHBM 2017 meeting in Vancouver, Canada.