February 2017: Ran my first 10K at a leisurely 52:47. Trying to get the 1 mile under 6 minutes.
July 2016: New Coursera course on using R for clinical brain imaging is now live.
March 2015: Dean's invited lecture on wearable computing.
August 2014: We have started smart stat tools, the first automatic, web-based platform for multiple sclerosis lesion segmentation.
August 2013: Huffington Post article on the need for Neuro quants
March 2013: Paper accepted in NeuroImage Clinical. OASIS is Automated Statistical Inference for Segmentation, with applications to Multiple Sclerosis lesion segmentation in MRI
November 2012: New YouTube interview on image data segmentation and visualization.
October 2012: Scalar-on-image regression paper accepted to JCGS.
August 2012: New website of the SMART research group is now live. Complete list of publications is now searchable.
March 2012: I participate in the Big Data event organized by the White House and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
March 2012: Students from our research group have accepted tenure track Assistant Professor positions: Jeff Goldsmith at Columbia Biostatistics, Russell (Taki) Shinohara at UPenn Biostatistics and Vadim Zipunnikov at Hopkins Biostatistics.
March 2012: Paper accepted by the American Journal of Neuroradiology. SubLIME: Automatic lesion incidence estimation and detection using multi-modality longitudinal MRIs.
October 2011: Brian S. Caffo, co-founder of the SMART research group, receives the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) Award, the first such award for a Statistician. White House press release. School of Public Health press release.