Raphael Liégeois

Post-doctoral Research Fellow - National University of Singapore

In November 2015 I joined the Lab of Prof. Thomas Yeo at the Singapore Institute for Neurotechnology (SINAPSE). Prior to that, I did my PhD at the University of Liège, in Belgium, under the co-supervision of Prof. Rodolphe Sepulchre (U.Cambridge/U.Liège) and Prof. Steven Laureys (U.Liège). The thesis entitled 'Dynamical modelling from resting-state brain imaging' explores experimental questions such as the role of brain anatomy in the emergence of brain dynamics but also related methodological aspects linked to systems identification.

My recent research focuses on the theoretical properties of dynamical models of cerebral functional connectivity. I also develop new markers of dynamical functional connectivity from neuroimaging time-series driven by concrete clinical applications. More precisely, my research interests include:

    • Auto-regressive models
    • Null-model testing
    • Dynamic functional connectivity
    • Resting-state fMRI
    • Alzheimer's disease

A January 2017 CV is available here.