Funding

2010 -2011; Application of Helmholtz Hodge Decomposition in Brain Imaging; Transition award for young PhDs, Ecole Polytechnique, France, Principal Investigator, €20,000

2013-2015; Local Functional Connectivity in Autism Spectrum Disorders; Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation, Harvard Medical School, Principal Investigator, $160,000 

2016-2019; Human Neocortical Neurosolver; NIH, Co Investigator, $1,000,000

2017-2022; Device-Independent Acquisition and Real Time Spatiotemporal Analysis of Clinical Electrophysiology Data; NIH, Co Investigator, $4,500,000

2013-2018; Functional connectivity substrates of social and non-social deficits in ASD; NIH, Co Investigator, $3,500,000

2018-2022; Translating MEG-based biomarkers to EEG-based outcome measures for Autism Spectrum Disorders,  NIH, Co Investigator, $900,000

2018-2022; Testing the Bottom-Up vs Top-Down Imbalance Hypothesis of ASD,  NIH, Co Investigator, $2,500,000

2018-2022; Scalable software for distributed processing and visualization of multi-site MEG/EEG datasets,  NIH, Co Investigator, $2,000,000