Solomon G. Diamond, PhD

Professor Solomon
Telephone: (603) 646-1311 | Fax: (603) 646-3856
Solomon Gilbert Diamond is a native of Bath, New Hampshire. He received his AB in engineering sciences from Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA in 1997 and then a BE from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth in 1998. He received a PhD in engineering sciences from Harvard University in 2004 and conducted post-doctoral training at the Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, Charlestown, MA, USA. He joined the faculty at Dartmouth College half-time in 2007 and full-time in 2008 as an Assistant Professor at the Thayer School of Engineering. His research applies noninvasive functional neuroimaging technologies to study human brain physiology. He employs multimodal data fusion to bridge neural electromagnetic signals with vascular hemodynamics with the goal of improving the early diagnosis and treatment monitoring for patients with neurodegenerative diseases or a history of brain injury. Professor Diamond is a member of IEEE, the American Society for Engineering Education and Tau Beta Pi.

Group Members

Erin E. ButlerErin E. Butler, PhD
Neukom Postdoctoral Fellow

Paolo Giacometti Paolo Giacometti
Postdoctoral Research Associate

Brad FickoBrad Ficko
Postdoctoral Research Associate

Priyanka M. NadarPriyanka M. Nadar
PhD candidate

Gina M. NotaroGina M. Notaro
PhD candidate

Jenny QiuJenny Qiu
PhD candidate

Past Members


Tanveer TalukdarTanveer Talukdar, PhD
Thesis: Modeling Neurovascular Coupling with Applications in Multimodal EEG-NIRS
Current position: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Decision Neuroscience Laboratory, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Katherine L. Perdue Katherine L. Perdue, PhD
Thesis: Neurovascular Imaging By Combining Diffuse Optical Tomography and Electroencephalography or Magnetoencephalography (December 2012)
Current position: Research Fellow at Boston Children's Hospital & Harvard Medical School

Broc A. Burke Broc A. Burke, MD-PhD
Thesis: The Development of Magnetic Susceptibility Weighted Magnetoencephalography (June 2011)
Currently position: Anesthesiology Resident, Academic Scholars Advancement Program, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Ted Huppert, PhD postdoctoral research associate in 2007. Dr. Huppert is currently an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the University of Pittsburgh.