Janine D. Bijsterbosch, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Radiological Sciences

Neurosciences Program
Biomedical Informatics and Data Science Program
Computational and Systems Biology Program

Research Abstract:

The Personomics Lab headed by Dr. Bijsterbosch aims to understand how brain connectivity patterns differ from one person to the next, by studying the “personalized connectome”. Using big data resources such as the Human Connectome Project and UK Biobank, the Personomics Lab adopts cutting edge computational techniques to study functional connectivity networks and their role in behavior, performance, mental health, disease risk, treatment response, and physiology. 

Mentorship and Commitment to Diversity Statement:
The Personomics Research Group strives to be a place where each of us feels happy and can be their best self. We are dedicated to promoting equity across persons from all identities and backgrounds. All lab members contribute to creating and maintaining a welcoming and respectful team environment by listening and learning from each other. Please feel free to contact Dr. Bijsterbosch to get access to our full Lab Manual, which further describes the Personomics Lab culture.

Selected Publications:

Bijsterbosch J, Harrison S, Duff E, Alfaro-Almagro F, Woolrich M, Smith S. Investigations into within- and between-subject resting-state amplitude variations. Neuroimage. 2017 Oct 1;159:57-69.

Bijsterbosch JD, Smith SM, Beckmann CF. Introduction to Resting State fMRI Functional Connectivity. Jenkinson M, Chappell M, editors. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press; 2017. 156p.

Bijsterbosch JD, Woolrich MW, Glasser MF, Robinson EC, Beckmann CF, Van Essen DC, Harrison SJ, Smith SM. The relationship between spatial configuration and functional connectivity of brain regions. Elife. 2018 Feb 16;7. pii: e32992.

Last Updated: 4/13/2021 12:45:15 PM

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