Chao Gu is a Ph.D. student in the NLD lab at Texas A&M University, whose major is Neuroscience. He received his master’s degree and bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering at Nankai University in China. His research interests lie in the area of neuroscience and clinical applications, including EEG signal processing, physiological signal processing, statistical analysis, and machine learning applications. Since he joined the NLD lab in 2016 spring, he has focused on analyzing the EEG signal recorded during the cognitive tasks, which provides insight into the neural mechanism of mental diseases, such as ADHD. Chao has collaborated actively with researchers in several different departments at Texas A&M University. He has published eight papers on peer-reviewed journals. He was a teaching assistant for an undergraduate course, educational statistics. Chao lives with his wife, their lovely daughter and their ragdoll cat. He really enjoys his work and is willing to choose clinical research as his career.