What do we do?

We develop imaging methods and computational techniques to probe the molecular and biochemical processes and organization in the brain, and apply these tools to study the cellular and molecular mechanisms of brain function and diseases. Imaging system modeling, biophysical modeling, signal processing, artificial intelligence as well as a range of experimental techniques are the tools we commonly use to enable new imaging capabilities. We like to cross disciplinary boundaries and collaborate extensively (and closely) with neuroscientists, chemists, electrical engineers, imaging physicists and clinicians.

We are always looking for motivated students with strong engineering background as well as strong interest in biomedical imaging and neuroscience to join our research efforts.