Professional Experience

Lecturer, College of Information Science and Technology, Beijing Normal University.

Education

2003.9-2006.7 Ph.D. Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, Beijing Normal University, China.

2000.9-2003.7 Department of Electronic Engineering, Beijing Normal University, China.

Teaching

Analog Electronic Technology Ⅱ, Fundamentals of Circuit Theory, Principles of Digital Communications.

Research Interests

Signal and Information Processing.

Using the theory and methods of information and computer science, combined with cognitive neuroscience, I focused on approaches and analysis of brain MRI data (MRI、fMRI and DTI). Through these studies, we will investigate the interrelation of brain morphometry based on the view of network, to provide the crucial foundation about the relationship between brain structure aging effect (neural mechanism) and cognitive aging effect (cognitive mechanism).

Grants and Awards

[1]  the National Natural Science Foundation of China “Investigation of aging effect on the brain structure network based on resting-state functional connectivity”(2011.1-2013.12).

[2]  the National Natural Science Major Research Plan of China “Research and Implementation of Brain-Computer Interface Combined with Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging”.

[3]  the National Natural Science Key Foundation of China “Application of real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging in cognitive neuroscience”.

[4]  the Natural Science Key Foundation of Beijing “Identification of Brain Network and Application in Alzheimer’s Disease”.

[5]  the National Natural Science Foundation of China“Construction of Chinese pediatric brain template”.

Selected Publications

[1]  Jiachao Liu, Ziyi Li, Kewei Chen, Li Yao, Zhiqun Wang, Kuncheng Li, Xiaojuan Guo. Comparison of gray matter volume and thickness for analysis of cortical changes in Alzheimer’s Disease. SPIE on Medical Imaging, 2011. (EI) (Corresponding author)

[2]  Xiaojuan Guo, Zhiqun Wang, Kuncheng Li, Ziyi Li, Zhigang Qi, Zhen Jin, Li Yao, Kewei Chen.Voxel-based assessment of gray and white matter volumes in Alzheimer’s disease. Neurosci. Lett. 2010, 468(2): 146-150. (SCI)

[3]  Zhiqun Wang, Xiaojuan Guo, Zhigang Qi, li Yao, Kuncheng Li. Whole-brain voxel-based morphometry of white matter in mild cognitive impairment. European Journal of Radiology. 2010, 75(2):129-133. (SCI)

[4]  Xiaojuan Guo, Chuansheng Chen, Kewei Chen, Zhen Jin, Danling Peng, Li Yao. Brain development in Chinese children and adolescents: a structural MRI study. NeuroReport. 2007, 18(9):875-880. (SCI)

[5]  Xiaojuan Guo, Ziyi Li, Kewei Chen, Li Yao, Zhiqun Wang, Kuncheng Li. Mapping gray matter volume and cortical thickness in Alzheimer’s Disease. Proc. of SPIE, Medical Imaging, 2010. Vol. 7626 76260B:1-9 (EI) (oral presentation)

[6]  Xiaojie Zhao, Zhiying Long, Xiaojuan Guo, Li Yao. Analysis of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Data on the Study of Alzheimer’s Disease. Journal of Software. 2009, 20(5): 1123-1138. (EI)

[7]  Sutao Song, Zhichao Zhan, Zhen Jin, Li Yao, Xiaojuan Guo*. Computer-aided volume measurement of the local homogenous region on magnetic resonance images. IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering, 2009, doi: 10.1109/ICCME.2009.4906611 (EI) (Corresponding author) (oral presentation)

[8]  Chongjin Liu, Xiaojuan Guo*, Cheng Chen, Li Yao. a modified weight-adding FCM algorithm with spatial information. Journal of Beijing Normal University (Natural Science). 2009, 45(1): 42-45. (Corresponding author)

[9]  Xiaojuan Guo, Zhen Jin, Kewei Chen, Danling Peng, Li Yao. Mapping brain development during childhood, adolescence and young adulthood. Proc. of SPIE, Medical Imaging, 2009. Vol. 7262, 72621Q (2009); doi:10.1117/12.810961. (EI)

[10]  Xiaojuan Guo, Zhen Jin, Kewei Chen, Danling Peng, Li Yao. Gender differences in brain development in Chinese children and adolescents: a structural MRI study. Proc. of SPIE, Medical Imaging, 2008. Vol. 6916 69160A: 1-11. (EI) (oral presentation)

[11]  Xueyu Yang, Kewei Chen, Xiaojuan Guo, Li Yao. Validation of Voxel-Based Morphometry (VBM) Based on MRI. Proc. of SPIE, Medical Imaging 2007, Vol. 6512, 65121G: G5121-G5121. (EI) (oral presentation)

[12]  Changming Wang, Xiaojuan Guo, Li Yao, Ke Li, Zhen Jin. A Practical Method for Muscles Extraction and Automatic Segmentation of Leg Magnetic Resonance Images. IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering, 2007. 891-896. (EI)

[13]  Xiaojuan Guo, Li Yao, Zhen Jin, Kewei Chen. Regional gray matter abnormalities in patients with schizophrenia determined with optimized voxel-based morphometry. Proc. of SPIE, Medical Imaging 2006, Vol. 6143 II, 61431Y: 1-7. (EI)

[14]  Xiaojuan Guo, Li Yao, Zhen Jin. a method of voxel based morphometry and its applications to brain image processing. Journal of Beijing Normal University (Natural Science).2006,42(2): 213-216.

[15]  Qing Ye, Li Yao, Tingting Wang, Xingchun Wu, Xiaojuan, Guo. Construction and assessment of Chinese pediatric brain template based on MRI data. Journal of Beijing Normal University (Natural Science) 2006.42 (4): 372-375.

[16]  Luping Song, Danling Peng, Zhen Jin, Li Yao, Ning Ning, Xiaojuan Guo, Tong Zhang. Gray matter abnormalities in developmental stuttering determined with voxel-based morphometry. National Medical Journal Of China.2007, 87(41): 2884-2888.

[17]  Xiaojuan Guo, Li Yao, Zhen Jin, Kewei Chen, XiaoHong Pan. Maturation of brain white matter in school-age children and adolescents detected by optimized VBM. 11th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Ontario, Toronto Canada, 2005.

[18]  Xiaojuan Guo, Li Yao, Zhen Jin, Kewei Chen, XiaoHong Pan. A magnetic resonance imaging study in patients with schizophrenia using optimized voxel-based morphometry. 11th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Ontario, Toronto Canada, 2005.

Contacts

Tel: 010-58800427

Email: gxj@bnu.edu.cn