Yongxia Zhou completed her PhD from University of Southern California in biomedical imaging (2004). Her research interests are neuroimaging and neuroscience applications. She has worked as a neuroimaging scientist in several prestigious institutes including Columbia University, New York University and University of Pennsylvania. Her research focuses on multi-modal neuroimaging including using MRI/PET and EEG instrumentation as well as the integration of these multi-modal techniques to make the best usage of each modality and to help interpret underlying co-existing pathophysiological mechanisms for better disease diagnosis and treatment.

Yongxia Zhou, PhD Imaging Scientist, University of Southern California and Columbia University, USA

Yongxia Zhou completed her PhD from University of Southern California in biomedical imaging (2004). Her research interests are neuroimaging and neuroscience applications. She has worked as a neuroimaging scientist in several prestigious institutes including Columbia University, New York University and University of Pennsylvania. Her research focuses on multi-modal neuroimaging including using MRI/PET and EEG instrumentation as well as the integration of these multi-modal techniques to make the best usage of each modality and to help interpret underlying co-existing pathophysiological mechanisms for better disease diagnosis and treatment.

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