Meet Ruiyang.

I’m a postdoctoral research fellow in the NINET lab, where I joined in January 2016. I hope to forge collaborative efforts between information science and clinical studies. Within the lab, I’m responsible for designing, conducting experiments, analyzing large-scale human brain-imaging datasets, and leading to publications for sharing to the community. Specifically, I am now searching for potential biomarkers for clinical purposes with fMRI. At the same time, I’m eager to design algorithms for parcellating the human brain into subdivisions with neuroimaging data (both fMRI and sMRI), and explore the mystery of the dynamic brain activity during different mental states. Off work, you can find me jogging outside, swimming in a pool, learning to cook and enjoying movies in a cinema.