Welcome to the website of Andrew Reineberg. I am interested in how and why people differ from one another on measures of cognition. To study "how" people differ, I use functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to study neural signals. And to answer "why" people differ, I use twins and population genetics methods to quantify how genes and environments impact differences. I am a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. I also have a leadership role as Research Operations Manager at Pitt's Magnetic Resonance Research Center where we develop and employ cutting-edge MR methods to answer new questions about the way the body works. Strong collaborative relationships with my former mentors and other colleagues at the University of Colorado Boulder and Institute for Behavioral Genetics allow me to utilize world-class twin samples to answer questions about the etiology of cognition and brain phenotypes. Explore my website to find information about my research interests, the classes I teach, and analyses I specialize in.

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Magnetic Resonance Research Center
UPMC Presbyterian Hospital

aer126 AT pitt DOT edu