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Janine Bijsterbosch Interviewed by Open Science Talk Podcast

Janine Bijsterbosch, PhD, was interviewed for the Open Science Talk podcast to discuss the recent mass resignation from NeuroImage over author processing fees. Bijsterbosch was previously a handling editor at NeuroImage, and she is now an editor at the newly…

WashU faculty and graduates in graduation robes

Personomics Lab Hoods First Doctoral Student

Rosie Dutt, a graduate student in the Personomics Lab, became the first student from the lab to receive their doctoral hood. Dutt and other McKelvey School of Engineering graduates participated in a commencement recognition ceremony on May 14th in the…

Graduate student Rosie Dutt stands next to Janine Bijsterbosch, PhD, while holding her Bouchet Graduate Honor Society certificate.

Dutt Inducted Into Bouchet Graduate Honor Society

Rosie Dutt, a graduate student in the Personomics Lab, was one of four inductees into the 2023 class of the Bouchet Graduate Honor Society at Washington University in St. Louis. The Bouchet Graduate Honor Society seeks to develop a network…

Members of the Bijsterbosch Lab gather to complete their annual "Write A Paper in a Week" project.

Personomics Lab Writes A Paper in a Week

Members of the Personomics Lab assembled from March 13–17, 2023, to work on the annual “Write A Paper In A Week” (WAPIAW) project. This year, the WAPIAW project involved transdiagnostic disease classification, and the resulting paper will be submitted soon….

Janine Bijsterbosch, PhD, gives talk in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada.

Bijsterbosch Gives Talk in Whistler

Janine Bijsterbosch, PhD, presented “Evaluating Weighted Network Organization in Individuals to Identify Causes of Network Overlap” at the 7th Whistler Scientific Workshop on Brain Functional Organization, Connectivity and Behavior. Bijsterbosch is also part of the event’s organizing committee , made…

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