Justin Yuan

Justin is a first-year graduate student in the SNAP Lab. He is broadly interested in developing robust markers of normative and atypical adolescent brain development. His research focuses on how factors such as early life stress and current psychopathology influence the developmental trajectories of structural and functional brain networks. Prior to Stanford, Justin worked on MRI studies investigating white matter network changes in adolescent brain cancer survivors, biological mechanisms of meditation practice in teens, and the reliability of graph theoretical methods.