Timothy Jordan

Postdoctoral Researcher at
University of California Los Angeles


Field: Translational Neuroimaging
Topic: Clinical Applications of Neuroimaging & TMS

My current research project is looking at the effect of repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation(rTMS) treatments on withdrawal symptoms for smokers by utilizing resting-state fMRI imaging and analysis techniques to determine imaging biomarkers that can be monitored for future treatments. I'm currenting exploring static and dynamic measures of functional connectivity and sample entropy for whole brain parcellations and how they alter due to singe-session rTMS.

I am primary interested in migraine, chronic pain, and opioid use disorder, however all neurological disorders interest me for future endeavors. My goal is apply new methods of imaging and analysis as well as neuromodulation to these conditions to hopefully explain more fully how they work and potentially treat them.

My publications can be found: here


Researcher, Photographer, Amateur Videographer, Physics Outreach Enthusiast

I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California Los Angeles in Dr. Nicole Petersen's Translational Neuroimaging Lab

Outside of research, I spend my time hiking, developing science outreach resources and efforts, training in mixed martial arts, reading, playing video games, making hot sauce, cooking, learning sign language, coding, and many other endeavors.

Below is a list of other pages I run:

These pages are meant for entertainment or to help young researchers

PhD Media :I run a youtube channel for amateur fighting.

We Spread Science :This page is decidcated to showing off all the places where science lectures,podcasts,and learning resources can be found.

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