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     Personal

     Information

     Name

     Email

     Tel

     Address

     Xinnian Chen ;First Name Last Name respectively

     xinnchen@icsunysbedu

     6312162179 ;Dor,;

     6314442354 ;Lab

     Department of Biomedical Engineering

     Stony Brook University

     Stony Brook 11794

     NY

     mEMBERSHIP

     Member of Society for Neuroscience

     Research Interest

     Quantitative Biophysical Descriptions Neural Engineering

     Bioinstrumentation

     Education Background

     PhD,? Biomedical Engineering expected 2007

     Stony Brook University Stony Brook NY

     Master of Engineering Biomedical Engineering March 2003

     Shanghai Jiao Tong University Shanghai China

     Bachelor of Engineering Detection Engineering and Instrument July 2000

     Xi'an University Xi'an China

     Academic Honors

     ;Fellowship

     ?2005 Fellowship of Bioscience Industry certificate program

     ?2003present Graduate Assistantship of Stony Brook University

     ?2003present Full Tuition Scholarship of Stony Brook University

     ?20012002

     National Fellowship of China

     ?2000

     Excellent Graduate of Xidian University

     ?19992000

     Excellent Academic Scholarship from Xidian University

     ?19981999

     Excellent Academic Scholarship from Xidian University

     ?19971998

     Excellent Academic Scholarship from Xidian University

     ?19961997

     Excellent Academic Scholarship from Xidian University

     Research Experience

     Jan 2004

     July 2004

     Reflex And Central Neural Control of Respiratory Function

     Lab Rotation Supervisor Prof Irene C Solomon

     Sept 2003 Dec 2003

     Biomedical Modeling

     Lab Rotation Supervisor Prof Ki H Chon

     Sept 2000 Aug2003

     Research Assistant Biosignal detection and processing Lab Shanghai Jiao Tong University

     ? NNSFC Projects involved

     “Analysis of dynamical components in the EEG signals of schizophrenia before seizure”;NO 60071018

     ”Clinical Ischemic Injury Monitoring Based on Information Study of Electroencephalogram”

    ;No60272326

     ? Signal separation and extraction ;ICA etc,;

     ? System identification and control analytical dynamics Nonstationary signals processing ;Advanced Timefrequency Analysis Information Theory Chaos Theory etc,;

     ? Develop new quantitative analyzing methods of EEG for those who under different injury situations and

    investigating the underlying mechanisms of the brain

     Teaching Experience

     Jan 2003 Present

     BME 212Lab Methods in Biomedical Engineering Teaching Assistant

     Department of Biomedical Engineering Stony Brook University

     Sept 2003 Dec 2003

     BME 461Linear System Analysis and Biomedical Application Teaching Assistant

     Department of Biomedical Engineering Stony Brook University

     Sept2001 Feb2002

     Control Theory Teaching Assistant

     Department of Biomedical Engineering Shanghai Jiao Tong University

     Other Experience

     July 2002

     Shanghai No6 People Hospital ;Internship

     Feb2000 June2000

     Undergraduate Thesis Work

     ? “Telecommunication of ECGs”

     Aug1998 Feb1999

     Project for “Challenge Cup” Scientific Creativity Competition

     ? “Temperature and Humidity Control System of Tobacco Producing”

     Instrument developed based on MCS51 chip

     CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

     April 2005 Xinnian Chen E T Spiegel K H Chon I C SolomonThe Application of Multiple TimeInvariant Spectral Analysis Algorithms to Inspiratory Motor Discharge in Mice Rats Cats And Piglets To be presented at Experimental Biology 2005 San Diego CA

     April 2005 E T Spiegel Xinnian Chen K H Chon I C Solomon The Application of Multiple TimeVarying Spectral Analysis Algorithms to Inspiratory Motor Discharge in Mice Rats Cats

And Piglets To be presented at Experimental Biology 2005 San Diego CA

     Oct 2328 2004 Xinnian Chen K H Chon IC Solomon Blockade of gap junctions transiently reduces respiratory network complexity in arteriallyperfused adult rat Presented at Neuroscience 2004

    Oct 2004 San Diego CA

     April 1721 2004 Xinnian Chen K H Chon IC Solomon Excitation of phasic inspiratory activity produced by chemical stimulation of the preB?tzinger complex in vivo reduces respiratory network complexity Presented at Experimental Biology 2004 April 2004 Washington DC

     Sept 2628 2000

     IEEEEMBS AsiaPacific Conference on Biomedical Engineering APBME 2000 Hangzhou China

     Nov 9112001

     Chinese Biomedical Electronic Conference CBME 2001 Wuhan China

     Nov 19

     2002

     The 3rd ChinaJapan Postgraduate Symposium on Biomedical Engineering Shanghai China

     PUBLICATIONS

     [1] Xinnian Chen K H Chon IC Solomen Chemical activation of preB tzinger complex

    in vivo reduces respiratory network complexity Am J Physiol Regulatory Integrative Comp Physiol Jan 2005

    101152/ajpregu006502004

     [2] Xinnian Chen K H Chon IC Solomen Blockade of gap junctions transiently reduces respiratory network complexity in arteriallyperfused adult rat ; Neuroscience 2004

     [3] Xinnian Chen K H Chon IC Solomen Excitation of phasic inspiratory activity produced by chemical stimulation of the preB tzinger complex in vivo reduces respiratory network complexity ; Experimental Biology 2004

     [4] Xinnian Chen Shanbao Tong Yingjie Lee Yisheng Zhu Nonextensive Entropy Map of Schizophrenia EEG Analysis of Biomedical Signals and Images Vol16 p 6971 Biosignal 2002 Brno

    Czech Republic 2002

     [5] Xinnian Chen Yisheng Zhu Li Gong Hao Xie R&D of the Third Generation Distance Education System Computer Engineering ;In Chinese iss 8 p1419 2003

     [6] Xinnian Chen Hao Xie Yisheng Zhu Hongxuan Zhang Cardiac Chaos Denoising with an Improved ICA Proceedings of The 3rd ChinaJapan Postgraduate Symposium on Biomedical Engineering p4749

    2002

     [7] Ziming Wang Shanbao Tong Xinnian Chen Yisheng Zhu NThakor Nonlinear Analysis of EEG in Brain Injury from Cardiac Arrest Proceedings of The 3rd ChinaJapan Postgraduate Symposium on Biomedical Engineering p5557 2002

     [8] Shanbao Tong Anastasios Bezerianos Xinnian Chen Yisheng Zhu Nitish

    Thakor Performances of Time Dependent Tsallis Entropy with Application to Neurological Signals ;submitted

    to Physical A

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