Deqiang Qiu

Deqiang Qiu, PhD

                             and Biomedical Engineering

Education: Tsinghua Univ., Bsc. The University of Hong Kong, Phd (Advisors: Pek-Lan Khong, Edmund Lam, Dora Kwong, Ed Wu); Stanford University, Postdoc (Advisor: Michael Moseley)

Dr. Qiu is an imaging scientist with interest in the development and application of advanced imaging techniques and computational modelling to advance our understanding of human brain functioning as well as to improve human healthcare.

Email: deqiang.qiu@emory.edu

Junjie Wu, PhD

Dr. Wu is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in CN2L. He was trained in neuroimaging and computer science. His research interest include cerebrovascular reactivity, functional MRI, perfusion imaging and machine learning.

Email: junjie.wu@emory.edu

Qixiang Lin, PhD

Email: qixiang.lin@emory.edu

Salman Shahid, PhD

Email: syed.salman.shahid@emory.edu

Antoine Hone-Blanchet, PhD

Email: antoine.hone-blanchet@emory.edu

Jeremy L. Smith, MSDS, PhD

Dr. Smith is a neuroscientist with expertise in human and animal neuroimaging, and in resting state MRI particularly. Following undergraduate studies at Georgia State University, he obtained his doctorate from Michigan State University in 2008 and has since held postdoctoral and faculty positions in medical physics, neuroinformatics, and neuroimaging. More recently, he obtained a masters degree in Data Science (MSDS) from Utica College, with a specialization in cyberintelligence. Dr. Smith's primary focus is in neuroinformatics — for example, leveraging deep neural networks for the analysis of resting-state data in Alzheimer's Disease, and incorporating high-dimensional, multimodal data into comprehensible formats for further investigation and visualization. He has contributed to a number of projects in aging, post-concussive vestibular impairment, stroke, chronic and phantom limb pain, and the effects of mindfulness meditation on brain networks.

Email: Jeremy.Lee.Smith@emory.edu

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Shuai Huang, PhD

Dr. Shuai Huang is a postdoctoral researcher in Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Emory University. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University in 2017, and B. Sc. degree from Harbin Institute of Technology in 2009. He was a postdoctoral researcher in Coordinate Science Laboratory at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign from 2017 to 2019. His research interests include noncovex optimization, statistical machine learning, and compressed sensing. His current research focuses on inverse problems arising from various computational imaging tasks such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the nanostructure problem, cryo-electron microscopy, etc.

Email: shuai.huang@emory.edu

Anqi Dai, Bsc

Anqi is currently a second-year master student at Rollins School of Public Health majoring in Biostatistics. Her research interests are Machine Learning and Computation Science. She is currently working on generating T1 weighted images from QSM images using a deep convolutional neural network.

Email: anqi.dai@emory.edu

Yuxi Liu, Bsc

Yuxi is currently a second-year master student at Rollins School of Public Health majoring in Biostatistics.

Email: yuxi.liu@emory.edu

Yijie Huang, Bsc

Yijie is currently a second-year master student at Emory University majoring in Biostatistics. His research interests are machine learning and clinical trials. He is currently working on the relationship between Alzheimer's Disease and hippocanpus subfields classification.

Email: yijie.huang@emory.edu

Feifei Geng, Bsc

Feifei is currently a second-year master student at Emory University majoring in Biostatistics. Her research interests are Computation Science. She is currently working on PVS and brain segmentation.

Email: feifei.geng@emory.edu

Leo Chen

Leo is currently a junior at Emory University double majoring in Biology and Economics. He is currently working on MRI Biomarkers in Alzheimer’s Disease.

Email: leo.chen@emory.edu

Laura Mora, MSc

Laura recently graduated with a master's in bioinformatics from Georgia Tech. She is currently working on using longitudinal data to predict cognitive changes.

Email: lmora3@emory.edu

Administrative Assistant

Email: mary.david@emory.edu

Past Lab Members

Christopher Leatherday, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow (currently Medical Physicist at Royal Perth Bentley Group, Australia)

Ganesh Chand, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow (currently Assistant Professor at Washington University St. Louis)

Salman Sahid, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow (currently Assistant Professor at University of Indiana)

Shiyang Chen, PhD, Graduate Student (currently at Intuitive Surgical Inc.)

Ke Qi, Msc, Research Assistant (currently at Aibee)

Sudhanshu Manda, Graduate Student(2017-2019)

Lingyi Peng, Graduate Student(2018-2020)

Join our team

If you are interested in joining the team, please email Dr. Qiu to inquire for positions available.