Maosen Wang, Ph.D.
- Small Animal Imaging Center
Maosen Wang uses preclinical imaging techniques (MRI, PET and CT) to assess disease progression and evaluate the therapeutic effect. He oversees the state-of-the-art small animal imaging center at Fralin Biomedical Research Institute. The center houses two small animal imaging machines: a Bruker 9.4T MRI with PET capabilities and a Bruker PET/CT. Dr. Wang brings experience in academia and industry in the design, implementation, and execution of imaging-based analysis across diverse animal studies. He supports research teams on protocol development, experimental design, data acquisition and image analysis.
View all of Dr. Wang's publications at Google Scholar.
He Y, Wang M, Yu X. High spatiotemporal vessel-specific hemodynamic mapping with multi-echo single-vessel fMRI, Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism (2019)
Wang M, He Y, Sejnowski Terrence J., Yu X. Brain-state dependent astrocytic Ca2+ signals are coupled to both positive and negative BOLD-fMRI signals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2018)
He Y, Wang M, Chen X, Pohmann R, Polimeni J, Scheffler K, Rosen B, Kleinfeld D and Yu X, Ultra-slow single-vessel BOLD and CBV-based fMRI spatiotemporal dynamics and their correlation with neuronal intracellular calcium signals. Neuron (2018)
Yu X, He Y, Wang M, Merkle H, Dodd SJ, Silva AC and Koretsky AP, Sensory and optogenetically driven single-vessel fMRI. Nature Methods 13(4) 337-340 (2016)
Xing Y, Xia Y, Kendrick K, Liu X, Wang M, Wu D, Yang H, Jing W, Guo D& Yao D, Mozart, Mozart rhythm and retrograde Mozart effects: evidences from behavior and neurobiology Bases, Scientific Reports (2016)
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Biogen Inc., Cambridge, Mass.
- Ph.D., Preclinical MRI, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Germany
- M.S., Biophysics, University of Electronic Science of China
- B.S., Biotechnology, Northwest Normal University