Henning Voss was educated in physics at the Universities of Hamburg and Potsdam (Germany). In 1998, he obtained a PhD in physics at the University of Potsdam about a modeling approach of dynamical systems, based on concepts of theoretical physics and statistics. He was a visiting scientist at the Georgia Institute of Technology (GA) and the University of Surrey (UK) in 1999, funded by an award by the Max-Planck-Society. During this time, he developed a theoretical model that can describe the synchronous behavior of distant neurons in the brain. From 2000 to 2003, Dr. Voss was Assistant Professor at the University of Freiburg (Germany), where he began to work on techniques for functional neuroimaging. Currently he works at the Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City and focuses on developing functional MRI techniques in brain injury, surgical planning, and preclinical studies. He is generally interested in the exploration of neuronal damage and plasticity using advanced MRI techniques.