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Prof. Kewei Chen got his Ph.D. Degree in Biomathematics at School of Medicine, UCLA 1993.  He is currently the Director, senior Scientist and senior Biomathematician, the Computational Image Analysis Program, Banner Alzheimer’s Institute (BAI), Banner Health; the director of DMSC, ADCC under NACC. He also holds adjunct and/or research professorships at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Beijing Normal University, Arizona State University and University of Arizona
Using and developing neuroimaging analytic/statistical techniques in positron emission tomography (PET), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and functional MRI, his main methodological research interests include the tracer kinetic modeling in PET, measuring local and global volume changes using various MRI techniques, brain functional connectivity, and multi-modal data integration. His primary scientific interests have been the studies of human brain functions and diseases, especially Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
Dr. Chen has over 200 peer-reviewed journal publications. He also authored/co-authored over hundreds abstracts, conference proceedings, books and book chapters (as counted by 2011). Currently, he is involved in multiple research projects as PI, co-PI or key personnel, and he serves as an Academic Editor for PLOS-ONE, co-Editor-in-Chief of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering (NBE, indexed and abstracted in EMBASE, PubsHub and J-Gate), and Associate Editor-in-chief of Chinese Journal《生物医学工程学进展》. For a partial list of his publications, please see