Janine Bijsterbosch

Assistant Professor of Radiology

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    Dr. Bijsterbosch’s research focuses on functional brain networks to investigate brain connectivity from three different angles: Firstly, Dr. Bijsterbosch uses population datasets such as the UK Biobank to study individual differences in brain connectivity and their potential to predict risk and resilience to mental health disorders such as depression. Secondly, Dr. Bijsterbosch works on methodological challenges in relation representing high-dimensional resting state functional MRI data into a lower dimensional set of features that are sensitive and interpretable. Thirdly, Dr. Bijsterbosch performs cross-scale research in collaboration with Dr. Larry Snyder to determine how large-scale networks observed with functional MRI behave at the level of individual neural cells.


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