Expertise: Neuroimaging, Medical Image Reconstruction, Brain-Computer Interface, Neuromodulation, Cognitive Engineering
Dr. Lei Ding received B.E. degree (honors) from Zhejiang University, China (2000), and Ph.D. degree (Graduate School Dissertation Fellow) from the University of Minnesota (2007), both in biomedical engineering. He is now Associate Professor at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Center for Biomedical Engineering of the University of Oklahoma. He is the recipient of the National Science Foundation CAREER Award, the only recipient of the New Scientist Award from OCAST at 2009, and is listed in Who’s Who in America since 2011. His research interests include medical imaging, functional neuroimaging, and neural engineering. He has published extensively in areas of medical imaging and neural engineering including IEEE transactions. He is the member of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society since 2001 and is an active member in International Society of Bioelectromagnetism, Organization of Human Brain Mapping, and Society for Neuroscience.