Departments & Organizations
After completing my Ph.D. in artificial/computer vision, I started a new research career path that aims to understand the mechanisms of biological vision and the human brain using MRI, fMRI, and MRS techniques. For years I have worked in related areas such as image processing, statistical analysis, sequence programming, new fMRI methods and applications, biophysical basis of fMRI, and mechanisms of general anesthesia. I currently work on developing high-sensitivity and high-specificity NMR methods to understand the normal, pathological brain functions, or as influenced by a variaty of drugs and anesthetics.
Education & Training
|PhD||Institute of Automation, Academia Sinica, Beijing (1996)|
|MSc||Beijing Institute of Technology (1993)|
|Postdoctoral Associate||Yale University School of Medicine|
|Postdoctoral Associate||University of Connecticut|
Honors & Recognition
ISMRM 14th Scientific Meeting Honorable Mention: "Spatial Non-Uniformity of the CBF Response to Sevoflurane: Implications for fMRI"International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2006)
Distinguished service as a reviewer for MRM 2010-2013The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
Reviewer for MRM, JMRI, NSL, JCBFM, AJNR, EU Neurol Rev.
Member of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine The International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
Ad-hoc reviewer for the MRRC protocol review committee, MRRC, Yale School of Medicine