Ciprian Crainiceanu
(Chip-ree-ann Cray-nee-cha-noo)

Paper under development Multilevel functional principal component analysis for high-dimensional data Population value decomposition, a framework for the analysis of image populations Longitudinal functional principal component analysis Nonlinear Tube-Fitting for the Analysis of Anatomical and Functional Structures Population value decomposition, a framework for the analysis of image populations

Ciprian Crainiceanu                                         Research images
Professor
Department of Biostatistics
Johns Hopkins University
615 N. Wolfe Street, E3636
Baltimore, MD, 21205, USA
Phone: 1 (410) 955-3505
Email: ccrainic [at] jhsph [dot] edu
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News:

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

December 2012: The image intra-class correlation coefficient (I2C2) paper for imaging replication studies is now online. Click here for software, data.

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.

October 2011: SMART research group led by Brian and Ciprian wins the ADHD-200 competition. Press.




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