Focal cortical dysplasias (FCD) are developmental malformations of the cerebral cortex that are often highly epileptogenic. When medications fail to control seizures, surgical removal of dysplastic epileptogenic tissue may be curative. But, in 20-40% of patients current MRI scans cannot identify FCD affected brain regions. Building on the anomalous nature of diffusion and magnetic susceptibility of tissue, we aimed to improve in vivo identification of FCD in the brain. We found the combination of anomalous diffusion model parameters and tissue magnetic susceptibility can be used to differentiate FCD from healthy tissue in the brain.