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I joined Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and work at the Institute of Psychology, CAS since Dec 1, 2010. Dr. Zuo Lab now stands the Laboratory for Functional Connectome and Development (LFCD). I moved to NYU Medical Center at Oct 14, 2008 and worked as an associate research scientist at Institute for Pediatric Neuroscience, NYU School of Medicine. In the research life, I am trying to understand the "resting-state" brain dynamics and their relevance to the psychiatric abnormality (Mentor: Dr. Michael Milham; Senior Mentor: Dr. F. Xavier Castellanos). I have completed a postdoctoral research training at the National Laboratory of Pattern Recognition, CAS. I spent much time on "resting" brain research at the State Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience, Beijing Normal University (Supervised by Dr. Yu-Feng Zang).

I got my B.S. on Mathematical Education from Capital Normal University in 1999, and then studied Probability Theory and Statistics in the same university for a M.S. degree in 2002. After that, I enrolled the College of Mathematics at Beijing Normal University and majored Applied Mathematics. In 2005, I received my Ph.D with a dissertation on Mathematical Modeling on Biological Image Processing.

These pictures show my brain from different perspectives: can you guess what measures are they?