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I am a research assistant professor on neuroimage analysis and computer-aided diagnosis, a faculty member in Department of Radiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine. I am also affiliated with Biomedical Research Imaging Center (BRIC) at UNC-CH. I am a proud lab member in the world’s leading IDEA lab led by Dr. Dinggang Shen with all super-nice colleagues in the fields of Neuroscience, Computer Science, Computer Vision, and Image Analysis. We are doing awesome clinically orientated interdisciplinary  research, and we welcome all who are interested in joining in our family! Below is the word cloud of my works.

As of my research direction, I am leading a subgroup that works on 1) Computer-aided Diagnosis: early detection of Alzheimer’s disease and 2) Early Brain Development: early growth of infant brain function, by means of resting-state functional MRI and our proposed advanced network construction & analysis methods. I am also working with our collaborators from the clinical side on brain tumor imaging analysis and clinical diagnosis/prognosis. I am also been helping radiologists, neurologists, and neurosurgeons from our collaborating hospitals with other clinical research.

My background is EE (B.S.), neuroscience and neuroimage computing (Ph.D.). For more information about me, please see my CV. You can also check this page for the detailed introduction of each of my research direction.

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