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Fangxu Xing

Fangxu Xing
Ph.D Candidate
Image Analysis and Communications Laboratory
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Johns Hopkins University

Graduate Student in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

Research Assistant of Image Analysis and Communications Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University


I began my studies in School of Science at Tsinghua University in China, where I earned my Bachelor of Science degree in 2009. Hereafter I continued my studies at Johns Hopkins University. Currently I am pursuing a PhD degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering as a member of the Image Analysis and Communications Laboratory, under the supervision of Dr. Jerry Prince. My current research is about motion analysis from magnetic resonance imaging with applications to the human tongue and other related areas.


Bachelor of Science, 2009, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Master of Science and Engineering, 2011, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA


Image processing and analysis with application to medical imaging.
Statistical image analysis.
Motion analysis and muscle mechanics studies of the human tongue.
Motion analysis in traumatic brain injuries.
Current Research

Advisors and Collaborators

Jerry L. Prince
Maureen Stone
Emi Z. Murano

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