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Yong Liu

Yong Liu, PhD

Brainnetome Center & National Laboratory of Pattern Recognition

Institute of Automation, The Chinese Academy of Sciences

Beijing 100190, P. R. China

Phone: +86 10 8254 4768

Fax: +86 10 8254 4777

Email: yliu@nlpr.ia.ac.cn or yong.liu@ia.ac.cn


Brief History

I have achieved my B.S. degree in July, 2002, in Mathematic Department, QuFu Normal University, China, and I have achieved my M.S in July 2005, in College of Applied Science, Beijing University of technology. From September of 2005, I began my Ph.D. career of three years, with the advisor Prof. Tianzi Jiang, the scientific director of NLPR.

Work Experience:

Assistant Research Professor, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Jul. 2008 --- Sept. 2011

Associated Research Professor, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Oct. 2011 --- Sept. 2016

Visiting Scholar, Brain Mapping Unit, University of Cambridge, Apr. 2011 --- Mar. 2012

Research Professor, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Oct. 2016 --- Now

Research Interests

Computational Brain Imaging

Brain Network Analysis and Understanding

Brainnetome for Alzheimer's Disease 

Selected Publications

Liu, Y., Yu, C., Zhang, X., Liu, J., Duan, Y., Alexander-Bloch, A.F., Liu, B., Jiang, T., Bullmore, E. 2014.Impaired long distance functional connectivity and weighted network architecture in Alzheimer's disease. Cereb Cortex. 24(6): 1422-1435.

Li J, Liu Y, Qin W, Jiang J, Qiu Z, Xu J, Yu C, Jiang T, 2013. Onset age of blindness affects the anatomical network constructed by diffusion tensor tractography, Cerebral Cortex, 23:542-551. (Co- First Author)

Zhang Z, Liu Y, Jiang T, Zhou B, An N, Dai H, Wang P, Niu Y, Wang L, Zhang X. 2012, Altered spontaneous activity in Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment revealed by Regional Homogeneity. Neuroimage, 59, 1429-1440. (Co-First Author)

Liu Y, Liang M., Zhou Y., He Y., Hao Y., Song M., Yu C., Liu H., Liu Z., Jiang T., 2008. Disrupted small-world networks in schizophrenia. Brain 131, 945-961.

Liu Y, Yu C., Liang M., Li J., Tian L., Zhou Y., Qin W., Li K., Jian, T., 2007. Whole brain functional connectivity in the early blind. Brain 130, 2085-2096.

Liu Y, Wang K., Yu C., He Y., Zhou Y., Liang M., Wang L., Jiang T., 2008. Regional homogeneity, functional connectivity and imaging markers of Alzheimer's disease: a review of resting-state fMRI studies.Neuropsychologia 46, 1648-1656.(Invited Paper)

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Awards and Honors

Beijing Nova Star(2015)

Lu Jiaxi Young Talent in CAS (2013)

Excellent Faculty in CASIA (2012)

Visiting Scholar in Brain Mapping Unit, University of Cambridge (2011)

SCOPUS Young Researcher New Star Scientist Award in Life Science, Elsevier (2010)

National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation Award Nomination (2010)

Third level of Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Award (3/5) (2009)

Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award, Chinese Academy of Sciences(50/year) (2009)

President Scholarship, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (200/year) (2008)

Travel Award for the 14th Human Brain Mapping Conference (2008)

CAS Outstanding Graduate Award (2008).

CAS Outstanding Student Award (Special Grade) (2008).

CAS Outstanding Student Award (2007).

Outstanding Student of Shandong Province (1999)