Catie Chang

Assistant Professor

Vanderbilt University

United States

1281
Field of Research
Brain Area
Domain
Modalities
  • Electrophysiology (EEG, MEG, ECoG)
  • MRI
Methods
Other keywords

fMRI, brain, neuroscience, signal processing

Recommendations
6
  • Giovanna Bubbico (Post-doctoral researcher - ITAB Institute for Advanced Biomedical Technologies) Jul 03, 2019

    At the OHBM 2019 Congress, she made the complex clear. Really an excellent talk. I strongly recommend Catie for future talks!

  • Casey Paquola (Post-doctoral researcher - Montreal Neurological Institute) Jun 19, 2019

    I'm always in awe of Catie when she presents her work. She digs into some of the most difficult issues facing neuroimagers and conveys the information in a wonderful style. I've seen her present at OHBM in Rome and the Summer Whistler Workshop in Noosa, and hope to see many more presentations in the future.

  • Joset A Etzel (Senior researcher/ scientist - Washington University in St. Louis) Jun 18, 2019

    Excellent OHBM 2019 keynote, "Multimodal Investigation of Spontaneous BOLD Fluctuations".

  • Mac Shine (Assistant Professor - The University of Sydney) Jun 17, 2019

    Her keynote at OHBM2019 was phenomenal.

  • Lucina Q. Uddin (Associate Professor - University of Miami) Jun 16, 2019

    Catie Chang is a pioneer in so many areas of neuroscience. I've seen her give multiple talks on complex topics. An engineer by training, she is able to give very clear, concise explanations of complex phenomena. This is also what makes her a valuable collaborator and teacher. Every time I see a talk from Catie I walk away with a deeper understanding and appreciation for the many contributions she has made to the field of brain mapping.

  • Thomas Yeo (Assistant Professor - National University of Singapore) Jun 13, 2019

    I have seen Catie gave multiple excellent talks, including a very inspiring keynote at OHBM2019. Catie demonstrated deep and broad knowledge about the field, while being extremely humble about her own amazing work on physiological contributions to the BOLD signal. I strongly recommend Catie for future talks!

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