Prof. Rui-Qi Wu

Principal Investigator

Research Directions
Functional magnetic resonance imaging methods and applications
Contact  Information
Address: Institutes of Brain Science, Fudan University, 131 Dong Road, Shanghai 200032, China

Email: ruiqiwu@fudan.edu.cn

Dr. Ruiqi Wu received her Ph.D. degree in Radio Physics from University of Chinese Academy of Science in 2014. From 2014 to 2017, she was trained as a postdoc in Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science. From 2017 to 2020, she worked as an associate professor in Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. She joined the Institute of Brain Science in Fudan University since 2020 as a principle investigator.

Our work focuses on high-filed magnetic resonance imaging methods and applications. We are interest to decipher information coding in sensory system and study neuronal circuit in health and disease in vivo by combing functional magnetic resonance imaging with multi-channel electrophysiological recording, specific neuromodulation, neurotropic virus tracing, etc.


Enrollment Major


Selected Publications

1. Chen J#, Xue Y#, Ren L#, Lv K, Du P, Cheng H, Sun S, Hua L, Xie Q, Wu R*, Gong Y* (2023). Predicting Meningioma Grades and Pathologic Marker Expression via Deep Learning-Based Radiomics. Eur Radiol. Accepted 

2. Wu R, Wang F, Yang PF, Gore JC, Chen LM* (2022). Graph Theory Analysis Identified Two Hubs that Connect Sensorimotor and Cognitive and Cortical and Subcortical Nociceptive Networks in the Non-human Primate. NeuroImage. 257:119244

3. Wu R, Yang PF, Wang F, Liu Q, Gore JC, Chen LM* (2022). Differential Recovery of Submodality Touch Neurons and Inter-areal Communication in Sensory Input Deprived Area 3b and S2 Cortices. J Neurosci. 42 (50) 9330-9342

4. Wu R, Wang F, Yang PF, Chen LM* (2017). High-resolution Functional MRI Identified Distinct Global Intrinsic Functional Networks of Nociceptive Posterior Insula and S2 regions in Squirrel Monkey Brain. Neuroimage. 155:147-158

5. Wu R*, Liu Y, Wang L, Li B, Xu F* (2017). Activity patterns elicited by airflow in the olfactory bulb and their possible functions. J Neurosci. 37(44):10700-10711

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