Ibkunoluwa Oni

Ibkunoluwa Oni

Ibukun is working on developing and applying a multimodal functional neuroimaging system to monitor brain injury and its recovery in patients with mTBI. He uses functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS), Electroencephalography (EEG) and functional MRI to this effect. The goal of his research is to determine if the combination of measurements from these modalities would better distinguish between mTBI patients and controls than any of the modalities alone.

Supervisors: Jeff DunnBrad Goodyear

Lab: Dunn Imaging Lab


Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship (2018-2019)

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR; grant awarded to Dr's Dunn & Goodyear)


Hocke, L.M.; Oni, I.K.; Duszynski, C.C.; Corrigan, A.V.; Frederick, B.D.; Dunn, J.F. Automated Processing of fNIRS Data—A Visual Guide to the Pitfalls and Consequences. Algorithms 2018, 11, 67.

Contact: ibukunoluwa.oni1@ucalgary.ca