Hi everyone , I am Aditya Chaudhary currently doing my computer engineering from Gujarat university , India . I work with java , python and C languages and . I am interested in how we can combine neuroscience and machine learning to make devices which can help disabled person and lead to the overall development of us.
I am a 3rd year biomedical engineering PhD student at the University of Florida. The lab I work in is in the Psychiatry department and at the Malcolm Randal Veterans Affairs center. I am currently working in a biophysical modeling project as well as a project using multimodal neuroimaging (MRI, MRS, fMRI) to investigate emotional dysregulation in combat veterans with TBI and/or PTSD. My primary languages are Python and R.
Hiya everyone I’m Danielle, a postdoc at Imperial College London. My research interests are broad, including noninvasive brain stimulation, psychedelics, network neuroscience, dynamical functional connectivity, and populations with pathological inflexibility (MDD, substance use disorder, etc). My primarly languages are MATLAB, shell, and a leeeetle bit of Python.
Hi everyone, I’m Anya, a psychiatry trainee with some research time at King’s College London. I’m currently learning how to use Freesurfer and do DTI analysis, with an interest in improving treatments for people with depression. I’m learning R. Here to try and learn more!
Hi, I am Howard, a PhD student at the Stanford Graduate School of Education, and I’m interested in longitudinal brain development in children and adolescents. I have just started to learn Python not too long ago, but I’m hoping to get better and be a more independent user of Python to work on my neuroimaging data and analysis.
I am Aaliya Khan ,student of Masters in Computer Applications. I am familiar with java, python, C, HTML, CSS. I recently started doing open source contribution. I am looking forward to contributing to the Organization and learning from others.
Hi! I am Jess, currently professor in psychiatry at the Ohio State University Medical Center. I’ve been doing neuroimaging for decades but now am learning to run the latest and greatest programs working with BIDS, slurm, all that good stuff. So it’s back to square 1 for me.
I am Ange, a Master’s student in Medical Imaging at the University of Paris Est Créteil (France), currently on an internship. I am working on cerebellum segmentation using one or more specific software(s). I would like to ask questions about specific software for segmenting and/or visualizing images.
I am Misgina, currently studying a PhD in machine learning and its applications to brain image classification. Looking forward to learning from others and contributing.