• 02/2024 Congratulations to Yue and Runnan, whose paper “Encoding of visual objects in the human medial temporal lobe” has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Neuroscience!
  • 01/2024 Congratulations to Yue, Runnan, and Puneeth, whose paper “Atypical neural encoding of faces in individuals with autism spectrum disorder” has been accepted to Cerebral Cortex!
  • 11/2023 Congratulations to Jinge, Runnan, and Puneeth, whose paper “A critical period for developing face recognition” has been accepted to Patterns!
  • 10/2023 Sai and Runnan contributed a big multimodal dataset to Scientific Data, “A uniform human multimodal dataset for emotion perception and judgment”. Congratulations to Sai and Runnan!
  • 10/2023 Our review paper “Multimodal investigations of emotional face processing and social trait judgement of faces” has been accepted to Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences!
  • 10/2023 Runnan’s paper neural mechanisms of face familiarity and learning in the human amygdala and hippocampus has been accepted to Cell Reports! Congratulations!
  • 09/2023 Congratulations to Sai, whose paper “Functional connectivity between the amygdala and prefrontal cortex underlies processing of emotion ambiguity” has been accepted to Translational Psychiatry!
  • 09/2023 Xin and Shuo publish two theory/perspective papers in Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. One is “Toward a computational theory of manifold untangling: from global embedding to local flattening” and the other is “Simple and complex cells revisited: toward a selectivity-invariance model of object recognition”.
  • 07/2023 Congratulations to Runnan and Na, whose paper “Comprehensive social trait judgments from faces in autism spectrum disorder” has been accepted to Psychological Science!
  • 05/2023 Congratulations to Sai, whose paper “Cognitive and neural bases of visual-context-guided decision-making” has been accepted to NeuroImage!
  • 04/2023 Runnan won the McDonnell Center for Systems Neuroscience SGP Award (a 2-year fellowship). Congratulations!
  • 04/2023 Congratulations to Jinge, who has defended his thesis!
  • 04/2023 Congratulations to Na, who has defended her thesis!
  • 03/2023 Congratulations to Mindi, Jerry, Na, and Chuanbo, whose paper “Video-based contrastive learning on decision trees: from action recognition to autism diagnosis” has been accepted to ACM Multimedia Systems Conference 2023.
  • 02/2023 Xin and Shuo publish a review paper “A revisit of the amygdala theory of autism: Twenty years after” in Neuropsychologia.
  • 06/2022 Welcome Puneeth and Daniel to join the lab!
  • 05/2022 Congratulations to Runnan and Chujun, whose paper “A human single-neuron dataset for face perception” has been accepted to Scientific Data!
  • 05/2022 Congratulations to Na and Mindi, whose paper “Discriminative Few Shot Learning of Facial Dynamics in Interview Videos for Autism Trait Classification” has been accepted to IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing!
  • 04/2022 Congratulations to Jinge and Runnan, whose paper “Face identity coding in the deep neural network and primate brain” has been provisionally accepted to Communications Biology!
  • 03/2022 Xin, John, and Shuo won an NIH R01 award to study neural face representation in autism using deep learning approaches!
  • 02/2022 Congratulations to Hongbo, Runnan, and Chujun, whose paper “Distinct neurocognitive bases for social trait judgments of faces in autism spectrum disorder” has been accepted to Translational Psychiatry!
  • 02/2022 Congratulations to Sai and Paula, whose paper “Reduced Pupil Oscillation During Facial Emotion Judgment in People with Autism Spectrum Disorder” has been accepted to JADD!
  • 01/2022 Runnan and Chujun’s paper “A neuronal social trait space for first impressions in the human amygdala and hippocampus ” has been accepted to Molecular Psychiatry. Congratulations Runnan and Chujun!
  • 11/2021 Runnan’s paper “Task modulation of single-neuron activity in the human amygdala and hippocampus” has been accepted to eNeuro. Congratulations Runnan!
  • 11/2021 Runnan’s single-unit eye tracking paper has been accepted to Communications Biology. Congratulations Runnan!
  • 08/2021 Xin and Shuo won an NSF award to use multimodal data fusion for autism phenotyping.
  • 07/2021 Wang Neuroscience Lab started at WashU!