When the System Is Disrupted, a Better Understanding of Migraine Emerges: An Interview with Nasim Maleki

Migraine Science Collaborative, 19 July 2022

Nasim Maleki, PhD, is an assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and a researcher in the Psychiatric Neuroimaging Division at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, US. She is a medical scientist and a medical physicist by training, and has extensive experience in developing and applying advanced multimodal neuroimaging techniques to study brain structure, function, and chemistry to understand the mechanisms of brain disorders.

Maleki’s research in migraine has been focused on understanding the pathophysiology of migraine disease through examining sex-related contributions to the onset and evolution of the disease. Read more on Linkedin