About Makliya Mamat

Research Interests

Neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Transcriptomics, Bioinformatics, Graph Theory, Applied Mathematics.


Mamat, M., Chen, Y., Shen, W. & Li, L. (2024). Molecular architecture of the altered cortical complexity in autism. Molecular psychiatry. (Submitted)

Mamat, M., Wang, Z., Jin, L., He, K., Li, L. & Chen, Y. (2024). Beyond nodes and edges: A bibliometric analysis on graph theory and neuroimaging modalities. Frontiers in neuroscience. doi:10.3389/fnins.2024.1373264

Mamat, M., Li, L., Kang, S., & Chen, Y. (2024). Emerging trends on the anatomy teaching reforms in the last 10 years: Based on VOSviewer and CiteSpace. Anatomical sciences education. doi:10.1002/ase.2405

Chen, C., Mamat, M., & Yu, R. (2023). Analysis of the anti-tumor effect and molecular mechanism of inducing apoptosis of CB-5083 in prostate cancer cells. Modern practical medicine. doi:10.3969/j.issn.16710800.2023.03.004

Conference Presentation

Mamat, M., Chen, Y., Wen, Shen., Li, L. Cortical complexity changes is associated with gene expression pattern in autism spectrum disorder. Presentation at the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) Endorsed Workshop on MR for Psychiatry. July 2024 (upcoming), Chengdu, Sichuan.

Mamat, M., Li, L., Chen, Y. Exploring fractal dimension and cognition relationship, genetic underpinnings of FD-based network in the human brain. Oral Presentation at the Chinese Society for Anatomical Sciences (CSAS) 37th Annual Conference. July 2023, Chengdu, Sichuan.


Health Science Center, Ningbo University, March 2021 – present

Diverse Scientia Organization, September 2023 – present

Instructor & Tutoring
Naomi Art Training Co., Ltd, September 2020 – July 2024

Grants and Awards

Jiang Xinghao Research Fund Grant for Excellence (June 2024)
Jiang Xinghao Student Research Achievement Award (May 2024)
Teaching Research Key Project Fund (Mar 2024)
Student Research and Innovation Program Grant (May 2023)

Society Memberships

Chinese Neuroscience Society (CNS)
China Computer Federation (CCF)
World Women in Neuroscience (WWN)


Computer – MATLAB, Python, PHP, R
English – Full professional proficiency  
French – Elementary proficiency
Uyghur & Chinese – Native or bilingual proficiency