Shasha Li, M.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Investigator
Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Mass General Research Institute
Assistant Professor of Radiology
Harvard Medical School
MD Sichuan University 2001
MSc Sichuan University 2004
auditory perceptual disorders; brain stimulation; functional neuroimaging; multimodal neuroimaging; neurorehabilitation; non-invasive neuromodulation; noninvasive neuroimaging; precision medicine; stroke recovery Dr. Shasha Li’s research focuses on the development of novel insights into the altered brain network in neurological diseases and investigating the neurophysiological correlation between neurological disorders and the mechanism of non-invasive brain stimulation in clinical applications. She has an interdisciplinary background in behavioral neuroscience and biomedical imaging. Her original contributions of major significance pertain to the field of neurorehabilitation and neuroimaging. In addition to her research and scholarly activities, she also dedicates to teaching and education. She is the Course Director of Intermediate Medical Mandarin at Harvard Medical School and Faculty Mentor of M.D./Ph.D candidates. Teaching and working with students is one of her biggest passions.
Translational Neuroimage, Neuromodulation, and Neurorehabilitation Lab Harvard Profile Martinos Faculty Profile Publications
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