University of Hawaii Neuroscience and MRI Research Program

Research Team

Postdoctoral Researchers

  Ahnate Lim, Ph.D.

Dr. Lim received his Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.  He is currently working with Dr. Chang on several neuroimaging studies, using techniques such as functional MRI and morphometric analyses.  Some of these projects also involve the study of brain development and the effects of cognitive training. His current research interests include music cognition, computational models of behavior and neurophysiology, and the integrative role of cognitive resources such as working memory and attention.

Aditya Singh, Ph.D.

Dr. Singh received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He is currently working with Dr. Thomas Ernst on real time motion correction algorithms in MR scanner using a Moire Phase Tracking system.  His research interests include bio-medical electronics and systems, wireless bio-sensing, sensors and RF and microwave systems.

Bosco Huang, M.S.

Bosco is a member of the technical staff in the MRI Research Program. He received his Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from UH Manoa in August 2016, and is currently working with Dr. Lim and Dr. Chang to process functional MRI data evaluating the effects of HIV and tobacco smoking on brain function. His research interests include Machine Learning algorithm and Big Data analysis.

Huajun Liang, M.D., Ph.D. (Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China)

Dr. Liang received her MD in China and Ph.D. in Medical Sciences in Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is now working with Dr. Linda Chang as a postdoctoral researcher. She is interested in using MRI techniques to study substance related disorders and other mental health related disorders.

Danilo Maziero, Ph.D.

Dr. Maziero received his Ph.D in Medical Physics from University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. He has worked on developing/improving methods of mapping interictal epileptiform discharges related activities by using EEG-fMRI. During his Ph.D he also has worked developing methods for acquiring motion less sensitive EEG-fMRI data. Currently he is conducting research under the supervision of Dr. Thomas Ernst on real time motion correction algorithms for MRI-EPI based sequences (DTI and fMRI) using Moiré Phase Tracking system.


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