bridging the micro-macro gap with diffusion MRI

Jian Dong

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I'm a 4th year MD candidate, applying into diagnostic radiology. I graduated from Columbia University where I studied mechanical engineering and psychology. I'm interested in combining my computational, quantititative, and medical training to build imaging technology that improves patient care. 

Research Interests: 

Functional Neuroimaging

Selected Publications: 
  • Dong, J.W., Brennan, N.P., Peck, K., Izzo, G., Holodny, A.I. fMRI Activation in the Middle Frontal Gyrus as an Indicator of Hemispheric Dominance for Language in Brain Tumor Patients: A Comparison with Broca's Area. Published in Neuroradiology (2016).
  • Zavala, B., Damera, S., Dong, J.W., Lungu, C., Brown, P., Zaghloul, K. Human subthalamic nucleus theta and beta oscillations entrain neuronal firing during sensorimotor conflict. Published in Cerebral Cortex (2015).
  • Fukumura, K., Shrader, C.R., Dong, J.W., and Kazanas, D. QPOs in the time domain: an autocorrelation analysis. Published in Astronomy and Astrophysics (2010).
Awards and Honors: 
  • Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Summer Research Fellowship
  • National Institutes of Health Post-Baccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award
  • Magna Cum Laude, Columbia University
  • Pi Tau Sigma
  • Tau Beta Pi
  • Mary Y. Nee Engineering Scholar, Columbia University
  • NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates at UC Berkeley
  • NASA Certificate of Achievement in Undergraduate Research
  • Beyond Petroleum Community Scholarship (2-time awardee)
  • UFT Albert Shanker College Scholarship

Previously included NASA, NSF, NINDS, and NCI.

Research Category: 
Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA 02115
United States

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