We work on Statistically principled methods for new technologies with special emphasis on brain imaging (e.g. fMRI, high resolution MRI, CT), wearable computing (e.g. hip accelerometers, heart monitors), and Biosignals (e.g. EEG, EKG, ECoG). The underlying principle is to develop methods that are automated, fast, scalable, and robust (AFSR.) Our analytic approaches are sometimes focused only on one subject, but typically we are investigating large populations observed at one or multiple time points.
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