Di pronounces as ‘Dee’, not ‘Dye’. My Chinese name is 邸新.
I am a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). My research interest is mainly on understanding brain connectivity and brain network organizations using brain imaging techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Click here for details about my research.
For more information, see my CV.
- Functional brain developments during movie watching and resting-state in autism spectrum disorder: This is a NIH funded project to study the developments of brain dynamic and stable connectivity in individuals with autism spectrum disorder and typically developing controls. Undergraduate research opportunities are available. Please contact me if you are interested.
- New: The Significance and Limited Influence of Cerebrovascular Reactivity on Age and Sex Effects in Task- and Resting-State Brain Activity
- Individual differences in time-varying and stationary brain connectivity during movie watching from childhood to early adulthood: Effects of age, sex, and behavioral associations
- Dynamic and stationary brain connectivity during movie watching as revealed by functional MRI
Click here for a full list of my publications