Adel Ardalan, Ph.D.

Electrical and Computer Engineering university of tehran, Tehran, Tehran Province, Iran 
 2010-2018 Computer Science University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
 2018-2021 Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute Columbia University, New York, NY 
 2021- Princeton Neuroscience Institute Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Computational Neuroscience
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Christopher Re research assistant UW Madison (Computer Science Tree)
Amir Assadi grad student UW Madison (Computer Science Tree)
AnHai Doan grad student UW Madison (Computer Science Tree)
Timothy J. Buschman post-doc Princeton
Ning Qian post-doc Columbia


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Hamid R. Eghbalnia collaborator (Computer Science Tree)
Sylvie Goldman collaborator Columbia (PsychTree)
Brad Postle collaborator UW Madison
Brittany G. Travers collaborator UW Madison
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Darbin O, Indriani DW, Ardalan A, et al. (2022) Spectrum dependency to Rate and Spike Timing in neuronal spike trains. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 109532
Hocking DR, Ardalan A, Abu-Rayya HM, et al. (2022) Feasibility of a virtual reality-based exercise intervention and low-cost motion tracking method for estimation of motor proficiency in youth with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation. 19: 1
Ardalan A, Yamane N, Rao AK, et al. (2021) Analysis of gait synchrony and balance in neurodevelopmental disorders using computer vision techniques. Health Informatics Journal. 27: 14604582211055650
Bain JM, Ardalan A, Goldman S. (2021) Deliberate paradigm shift in research in rare neurodevelopmental disorders. Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases. 16: 263
Ardalan A, Assadi AH, Surgent OJ, et al. (2019) Whole-Body Movement during Videogame Play Distinguishes Youth with Autism from Youth with Typical Development. Scientific Reports. 9: 20094
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