Bijurika Nandi, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Neurology
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    University of Florida, Gainesville, FLMS2015Electrical and Computer Engineering
    University of Florida, Gainesville, FLPhD2019Biomedical Engineering (Computational Neuroscience)

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    I am a postdoc scholar at Neuroscape, UCSF. I am interested in understanding the neural mechanisms of higher order cognitive functions and dysfunctions in human brains, applying various univariate and multivariate signal processing techniques, statistical methods and machine learning. I am particularly interested in cognitive interventions and their effects on healthy and diseased brains. As a postdoc scholar, I have worked on rhythm diagnostics (where my goal was to understand how music or rhythm training affects cognitive functions in older adults) and sleep study (where I focused on characterizing different sleep stages and compare between healthy controls and patients diagnosed with various NDDs like PSP, MCI and CBD). I am currently working on a multimodal biosensing project where my objective is to understand and analyze brain states and performances while participants engage in music related and unrelated tasks.

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    1. Musical Training Facilitates Exogenous Temporal Attention via Delta Phase Entrainment within a Sensorimotor Network. J Neurosci. 2023 05 03; 43(18):3365-3378. Nandi B, Ostrand A, Johnson V, Ford TJ, Gazzaley A, Zanto TP. PMID: 36977585; PMCID: PMC10162458.
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