February 2024: Welcome Yuanxiang Li (Visiting student) and Ruihua Liu (Visiting student) joining us!


November 2023: Our paper “Multimodal covarying brain patterns mediate genetic and psychological contributions to individual differences in pain sensitivity” is published at Pain!

August 2023: Dr. Tu received National Excellent Young Scientist Award from National Science Foundation of China (国家自然科学基金优秀青年科学基金)to support lab’s study on the neuromodulation of pain.

May 2023: Welcome Yangyang Yi (PhD student), Fanzhe Fu (Master student), Piaoyi Li (Visiting student), and Yipeng Yao (RA) joining us!

January 2023: Welcome Wenjin Fu (RA) and Peijing Du (RA) joining us!


August 2022: Welcome Xiangyu Chang (RA) joining us!

July 2022: Welcome Dr. Zhiyan Wang joining our lab as a research assistant professor!

May 2022: Dr. Tu was awarded the prestigious Sci-Tech Innovation 2030 Brain Science and Brain-like Intelligence Technology project (China’s Brain Project) to study the neural representations of pain and pain modulation.

February 2022: Welcome Jie Chen (RA), Dong Song (Visiting student) and Huijuan Zhang (Postdoc) joining us!


September 2021: Welcome Jingxinmiao Lin (Master student) and Yilan Tang (Master student) joining us!

July 2021: Welcome Lei Zhao (PhD student), Feixue Wang (PhD student), Yi Qiu (Master student), Weiwei Ma (Master student), and Wenhui Zhao (Visiting student) joining us!

May 2021: Dr. Tu gave a talk “Building better biomarkers using neuroimaging and machine learning” at Beijing International Studies University (北二外).

May 2021: Dr. Tu gave talks “Analytical approaches for multimodal neuroimaging data and its applications for pain” at Fudan University (复旦) and East China Normal University (华东师大).

April 2021: Dr. Tu was invited to attend the “The 8th EEG and Brain Imaging Research Conference” in Chongqing, and gave a talk “The neural mechanisms and neuromodulation of intra-subject variability in pain perception”.


November 2020: Dr Tu joins Institute of Psychology at Chinese Academy of Sciences as a Principal Investigator.

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