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Guo Wanjia

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Hello.

I am Wanjia (菀葭), a third year graduate student in Dr. Brice Kuhl's Lab at the University of Oregon. I am currently interested in how the hippocampus helps us to distinguish between similar events. I study this problem using Python and R with behavioral and brain imaging data. Prior to this, I was a research assistant at Stanford University working with Dr. Anthony Wagner and Dr. Beth Mormino, studying biomarkers for health aging with f/MRI and Tau/PET. I finished my undergraduate degree in Psychology and Neurobiology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Outside the lab, I enjoy exploring new hobbies and hiking in the mountains of Oregon with my dog Chestnut.


Skills.

⟣ R ⟢

tidyverse
purrr
ggplot2

⟣ Python ⟢

scikit-learn
NiPy
PsychoPy

⟣ Stats ⟢

hypothesis testing
linear models
mixed models
machine learning
neural network
bayesian inference

⟣ Others ⟢

Git
Bash/Shell
html/css
JavaScript
Bootstrap
SQL


Contact.