Dr. Jiang’s research focuses on multi-modal fMRI brain imaging technology in rodent models. He is developing a novel multichannel fiber-optic mediated extracellular glutamate and intracellular calcium recording with high-filed MRI to study different brain states. Dr. Jiang’s work also includes developing novel single-vessel fMRI methods and investigating the neurovascular dynamic changes underlying coma induction and reemergence in rodent models. He is now on the faculty at the Martinos Center and a member of the Translational Neuroimaging and Neural Control Laboratory.
Education: PhD , Technical University of Munich, 2017
Jiang Y., Sigmund F., Reber J., Deán-Ben X. L., Glasl S., Kneipp M., & Westmeyer, G.G. (2015). Violacein as a genetically-controlled, enzymatically amplified and photobleaching-resistant chromophore for optoacoustic bacterial imaging. Scientific reports, 5, 11048
Chen X.*, Jiang Y.*, Choi S., Pohmann R., Scheffler K., et al. (2021) Assessment of single-vessel cerebral blood velocity by phase contrast fMRI. PLOS Biology, 19(9): e3000923
Zeng H, Jiang Y.#, Hammer S., Yu. X. (2022) Awake mouse fMRI and pupillary recordings in the ultra-high magnetic field. Frontiers in Neuroscience, p.1028.
2020 Magna Cum Laude Merit Award
2018 Summa Cum Laude Merit Award, ISMRM
European patent: In vivo imaging device with fiber optic( EP3375367-B1)