Clinical translation of reported biomarkers requires reliable and consistent algorithms to derive biomarkers. However, the literature reports statistically significant differences between one dimensional MRS measurements from control groups and subjects with disease states but frequently provides little information on the algorithms and parameters used…
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Mr. Cocuzzo is a graduate student at the Department of Computer Science at Stanford University, focusing on large scale distributed systems, security, and data mining. Previously, he was an engineer at Draper Laboratory in Cambridge, MA. Dan earned his B.S. in electrical engineering at Northeastern University in Boston, MA.
Dr. Lin is currently an Instructor with the Department of Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Research Associate at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA. He is also a visiting research associate at the Center of MR Research at University of Illinois Chicago. Dr. Lin’s primary research interests are the clinical applications of magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Mr. Stanwell is currently an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Health and Medicine at The University of Newcastle, Australia. His research interest centers on developing medical imaging techniques to address clinically relevant needs including ischemic stroke imaging, traumatic brain injury, sport-related concussion, and radiation oncology.
Dr. Mountford is currently a Professor in Radiology at The University of Newcastle in Australia and full Professor of Radiology at the Harvard Medical School in the USA. She is the Director of the Centre for MR in Health in Newcastle and Director of the Centre for Clinical Spectroscopy at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Professor Mountford is a Fellow of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine.
Dr. Keshava is currently a Senior Principal Informatics Scientist in the Research and Development Information organization at AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals in Waltham, MA. His responsibilities include developing analytics for big data challenges across all areas of drug development. He has also been the principal investigator on a variety of research programs focusing on neuroimaging, psychology, and neurophysiology.