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As part of the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan, the Laboratory of Integrated Brain Imaging aims to accelerate neuroscience and artificial intelligence by developing novel tools to integrate neural imaging, recording, stimulation, and modeling.

Positions available for Ph.D. students or postdoctoral fellows.

(06/23/21) Cherry Cao passed her final defense for PhD in biomedical engineering. Congratulations.
(06/05/21) The Lab is recruiting a lab manager and an animal specialist
(05/11/21) Yizhen published on Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering.
(05/10/21) Dr. Liu gave a talk about gut-brain interactions in the U-M BME Symposium.
(02/23/21) Dr. Liu gave a talk about brain and AI in the U-M fMRI symposium.
(02/10/21) Jung-Hoon Kim passed his final defense for PhD on representation learning of fMRI. Congratulations. 
(02/08/21) The Lab’s prior work on isolating 1/f-like neural activity featured by Quanta Magazine
(11/10/20) Yizhen gave an invited talk about neural encoding and decoding natural vision and language.
(09/16/20) The Lab receives a new NIH grant to study neuromodulation of the stomach function.
(06/18/20) Jung-Hoon published a preprint paper on unsupervised representation learning of resting state fMRI
(05/28/20) Engineering Preclinical Imaging Center approved as a recharge unit in the College of Engineering.
(05/18/20) Lauren Lynch, a Lab alumnus, to begin residency at Brigham & Women’s Hospital.
(03/30/20) Yizhen’s paper on cortical representations of conceptual relations accepted by Nature Communications.
(03/19/20) The Lab published a paper on optimizing neuromodulation of gastric motility in Neurogastroenterology and Motility.
(01/01/20) The Lab moved to the University of Michigan from Purdue University.