Saleha Mir




Saleha is currently a pre-medical undergraduate student at the University of Buffalo studying Neuroscience. She is fascinated by the diagnostic capabilities of radioimaging and its crucial role in neurodegenerative disease management. Previously, she developed a pipeline to expedite analysis regarding the role of iron in multiple sclerosis and is currently optimizing it to reveal further insights. In her free time, Saleha is a full-time AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer at a domestic violence nonprofit, EMT/LPN in the Air Force, and President of UB's Association of Neuroscience Students. 

In her very free time, she enjoys learning Mandarin, listening to k-pop, and eating lots of Indian food.

A Fully Automated Pipeline for the Determination of the Iron Microstructure Coefficient (IMC) from Multi-Echo GRE Data


Mir S, Salman F, Jakimovski D, McGranor C, Zivadinov R, Schweser F


Joint Workshop on MR phase, magnetic susceptibility and electrical properties mapping, Lucca, Italy, 2022


A Pipeline for the Determination of the Iron Microstructure Coefficient (IMC) from MGRE Data.


Mir S, Salman F, Schweser F


15th Annual Buffalo Neuroscience Research Day, Buffalo, NY, 2022


Development of a computational pipeline for the multi-dimensional analysis of multi-echo MRI data.


Mir S, Salman F, Schweser F


SUNY Annual Undergraduate Research Conference, Buffalo, NY, 2022