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Zhong Lab

Welcome to the Zhong Lab

The Zhong lab has been focusing on advanced techniques for MR brain diffusion and functional imaging, quantitative analysis of brain structural and functional networks, and development of fast MR imaging techniques, which apply not only to brains but also other organs. These advance techniques have been applied to MRI and fMRI studies in neuroscience, translational medicine and individual longitudinal imaging analysis. The lab members are also engaged in fundamental studies designed to enhance the performance of MR imaging methods, and to better understand the nature of the information obtainable by different MRI techniques.

The members of the group collaborate extensively with other researchers and clinicians, in the School of Medicine, River Campus and affiliated laboratories, as well as other national or international research institutes. The group provides crucial support for several NIH-funded multi-center projects. Members of the group undertake undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral teaching and training at University of Rochester.

Jianhui Zhong, Ph.D.

Jianhui Zhong, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator


    1. Tong Q
    2. He H
    3. Gong T
    4. Li C
    5. Liang P
    6. Qian T
    7. Sun Y
    8. Ding Q
    9. Li K
    10. Zhong J
    Reproducibility of multi-shell diffusion tractography on traveling subjects: A multicenter study prospective.; Magnetic resonance imaging. 2019 Feb 21.
    1. Wang K
    2. Cao X
    3. Wu D
    4. Liao C
    5. Zhang J
    6. Ji C
    7. Zhong J
    8. He H
    9. Chen Y
    Magnetic resonance fingerprinting of temporal lobe white matter in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy.; Annals of clinical and translational neurology; Vol 6(9), pp. 1639-1646. 2019 Jan 01.
    1. Li Q
    2. Cao X
    3. Ye H
    4. Liao C
    5. He H
    6. Zhong J
    Ultrashort echo time magnetic resonance fingerprinting (UTE-MRF) for simultaneous quantification of long and ultrashort T tissues; Magnetic resonance in medicine; Vol 46(7), pp. 1359-1372. 2019 Jan 01.
    1. Lin Z
    2. Gong T
    3. Wang K
    4. Li Z
    5. He H
    6. Tong Q
    7. Yu F
    8. Zhong J
    Fast learning of fiber orientation distribution function for MR tractography using convolutional neural network.; Medical physics.; Vol 46(7), pp. 3101-3116. 2019 Jan 01.

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  Zhong Lab
Box 648
601 Elmwood Ave
Rochester, NY 14642