|Sinchai Tsao PhD is currently a postdoctoral trainee in Colin Studholme’s Biomedical Imaging Computing Group in the Division of Neonatology, Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington. His current work focuses on the use of Computational Topology tools to study and reconstruct the developing Human Cerebral Cortex from MRI images of Neonates. His previous work in Los Angeles focused on using MRI metrics to investigate changes during Dementia and Aging.
Sinchai received his A.B. in International Relations and Sc.B. in Biophysics from Brown University and his MSBME, MSEE & PhD from the Viterbi School of Engineering at University of Southern California. He is a graduate of the CIBORG Laboratory at USC/Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, where his advisor was Natasha Lepore, PhD. He was also part of Manbir Singh, PhD‘s Biomedical Imaging Lab before his passing in Dec, 2011. During his time in Los Angeles, he served as Director of Engineering Curriculum for Iridescent Learning – a science outreach 501c3 non-profit.
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