Affect|Cognition|Psychopathology|fMRI|EEG

Jian "Jerry" Zhu, PhD

jzhu336@wisc.edu (references available upon request)

Jerry in MEG

Jerry is participating in an MEG experiment during the Multimodal Neuroimaging Training Program.
With a previous biology background, I received my PhD degree in Cognitive/Clinical Neuroscience in 2015 from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and did my first postdoc at Lieber Institute for Brain Development (see my Neurotree and LinkedIn). I love statistics & programming (knowing ~10 languages; one of my contributions to Matlab Central was highlighted in Pick of the Week) and have a strong training in both fMRI & EEG. I used to work in seven psychology labs as a "firefighter" (aka research assistant) and received a six-week summer workshop fellowship from the Multimodal Neuroimaging Training Program coordinated by Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh.