Hooray for Dr. Baum!!!
Many congrats to Graham Baum, who flawlessly defended his neuroscience PhD thesis! Graham's thesis encompassed three papers. First, he demonstrated that during development structural brain networks become increasingly segregated (Baum et al., Current Biology 2017). Second, in a methodological paper, he showed that motion artifact can systematically bias estimates of structural brain network connectivity (Baum et al., Neuoimage 2018). Finally, he delineated that coupling between structural and functional brain networks remodels in a hierarchy-dependent manner throughout adolescence (Baum et al., PNAS 2019). Graham also received an F31 training grant from NIMH. A remarkable set of achievements-- many congrats to Dr. Baum!!!