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Principal Research Scientist at MIT; Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School
Research Scientist, started 2016, working on Nipype, ReproNim
Research Scientist, started July 2019
Research Affiliate, started 2017, working on Nipype, Neuroscout
MD/PhD Student in HST, Harvard Medical School
Research Affiliate, former Technical Assistant, started 2015, working on Nipype, BANDA, ReproNim
Technical Assistant, started 2018, working on Repronim
PhD Student, Harvard SHBT
Postdoctoral Researcher, MIT
Postdoctoral Associate, MIT
Postdoctoral Researcher, MIT; working on Nobrainer
Spring - Summer 2020
Role: Visiting MS student from EPFL; Worked on evaluating BRAIN GANs
2019 - 2020
Role: Visiting scientist
Role: Visiting student working on processing retinal images
Role: Intern, working on the DANDI project at MIT
2012 - 209, now postdoc at Dr. David Ress’ lab in Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX
Role: Worked on auditory brainstem neurophysiology, speech production in depression and indivudals who stutter. Recipient of an NIH F31 award.
2018 - 2019, now at Educational Testing Service
Role: Worked on language models in Neuroscout
Visiting student, 2019
Role: Worked on generative models for brains and tumors.
Technical Assistant 2017 - 2019, now MD-PhD student at Stony Brook University
Role: He developed Nobrainer and Neurodocker, and contributed to many of the group’s projects
Research Scientist 2015 - 2017, now Engineering Scientist at Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC)
Role: As a member of ReproNim, she developed BrainVerse, a project management platform to make neuroimaging research more reproducible.
PhD student 2015 - 2018, now Technical Staff at MITLL
Role: Imaging, processing, and modeling, speech from individuals with self-assessed depression
Technical Assistant 2015 - 2017, now Research Specialist at Princeton University.
Role: As a member of the group, he analyzed imaging and genetic data from individuals with schizophrenia using machine learning. The data was from the GENUS consortium and supported by an NIMH supplement to Genetic Determinants of Schizophrenia Intermediate Phenotypes.
Role: As a member of the group, she helped investigate open science grid for running large scale computation.
email: «not specified»
Intern 2017, Undergraduate at Cornell University
Role: As a member of the group, he helped improve BrainVerse implementation in its early days.
email: «not specified»