We are delighted to welcome two new graduate research fellows, Bowen Qin and Qingyang (Stephanie) Xu, to join us this semester! In addition, we would like to congratulate Yashvardhan (Yash) Das, who has been working with us earlier this year, would start working as a data scientist at Staples Inc., Boston. Best wishes... More
New paper on neuroimaging markers for studying Gulf War illness using machine learning methods is published in Brain Sciences!
Learn more about our recently published paper "Neuroimaging Markers for Studying Gulf-War Illness: Single-Subject Level Analytical Method Based on Machine Learning" in Brain Sciences journal here!
Learn more about Dr. Alshelh's work on the Gulf War Illness here.
Wendy Guo, an alumna of BIL, started her first year of medical school at the University of Florida. Congratulations to Wendy and we appreciate her excellent work at BIL during her undergraduate years! Learn more about Wendy's work here.
Prinjali Kalyan received an award from the BU Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program for her research in the fall 2020 semester. Learn more about Prinjali and her research topics here. We look forward to her works this semester!
Dr. Van Essen was invited to the BUMC department of Anatomy and Neurobiology to give a talk on mapping the human and non-human primate cerebral cortex on Sept. 24th, 2020.
We are excited to share our latest new fundings granted by the Department of Defense for our project "Validating Novel Brain Imaging Biomarkers for classifying mild Traumatic Brain Injury and subsequent risks of Alzheimer’s Disease in Gulf War Veterans" and by the NIH for two projects "Thalamo-cortical circuitry in PVL... More
BIL welcomes our new research fellow, Yingqi Zhang, from the BU Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate program!