Dustin Scheinost

Yale University

Names

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Dustin Scheinost

Emails

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****@yale.edu

Education & Career History

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Assistant Professor
Yale University (yale.edu)
2016Present
 
Postdoc
Yale University (yale.edu)
20132016
 
PhD student
Yale University (yale.edu)
20092013
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
Xenophon Papademetris
****@noodle.med.yale.edu
20082016
 
Coauthor
Xenophon Papademetris
****@yale.edu
20082016
 
Coauthor
Michelle Hampson
****@yale.edu
20112013
 
Coauthor
Jitendra Bhawnani
****@yale.edu
20112013
 
Coauthor
Maolin Qiu
****@yale.edu
20112013
 
Coauthor
Hirohito Okuda
****@aol.com
20112011
 
Coauthor
Erik m. Shapiro
****@radiology.msu.edu
20112011
 
Coauthor
Albert j Sinusas
****@yale.edu
20092011
 
Coauthor
Donald p Dione
****@yale.edu
20092011
 
Coauthor
Lawrence Staib
****@yale.edu
20082011
 
Coauthor
Xiaoning Qian
****@gmail.com
20102010
 
Coauthor
Xiaoning Qian
****@ece.tamu.edu
20102010
 

Expertise

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fmri
Present
 
connectome
Present
 
mri
Present