Post-Doctorate Research Fellow
Dr. Hinna Shahid received her medical degree from Poznan University of Medical Sciences in Poznan, Poland. Her research interest includes focusing on aphasia recovery after stroke with cognitive assessments and computational post processing neuroimaging techniques.
1.) Shahid, Hinna; Sebastian, Rajani; Schnur, Tatiana; Hanayik, Taylor; Wright, Amy; Tippet, Donna; Fridriksson, Julius; Rorden, Chris; Hillis, Argye. Important Considerations in Lesion-Symptom Mapping: Illustrations from Studies of Word Comprehension.
Human Brain Mapping. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Submitted.
2.) Hillis, Argye; Shahid, Hinna; Sebastian, Rajani; Davis, Cameron; Wright, Amy; Tippett, Donna; Rorden, Chris; Fridriksson, Julius. Drawing Inferences about Brain-Behavior Relationships from Patients: Illustrations from the Role of Wernicke’s Area in Comprehension. Brain. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Submitted.
3.) Sokół B, Woźniak A, Jankowski R, Jurga S, Wąsik N, Shahid H, Grześkowiak B. HMGB1 Level in Cerebrospinal Fluid as a Marker of Treatment Outcome in Patients with Acute Hydrocephalus Following Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis. 2015 Jun 2.
4.) Olson MT, Novak A, Kirby J, Shahid H, Boonyaarunnate T, Ali SZ. Cytotechnologist- attended on-site evaluation of adequacy for metastatic disease involving bone and soft tissue. Acta Cytol. 2013