Jingyuan Chen elected as Trainee Representative of the ISMRM Brain Function Study Group

April 2016 Ms. Jingyuan Chen, MSEE, has been  elected as Trainee Representative of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM)’s Brain Function Study Group. She will begin service at the 2016 ISMRM Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Singapore. Trainee representatives serve as a bridge to the student and trainee members of the study group and the broader ISMRM community, and work with the Study Group’s Executive Committee to find ways to advance both educational content as well as networking opportunities for the Study Group, and to highlight their needs as well as their expertise to the executive committee.   In the RSL, Jingyuan’s graduate research is in the area of dynamic functional magnetic resonance imaging under the guidance of Gary Glover.

Coactivation Patterns provide quantitative metrics for the Default Mode  and Working Memory brain networks

(Chen, et al., Neuroimage 2015).