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William Bosl, PhD

TitlePre-Doctoral Trainee
InstitutionBoston University School of Medicine, Division of Graduate Medical Sciences
DepartmentBehavioral Neuroscience
Phone(415) 422-4638
Other Positions
TitleAssistant Professor; Director
InstitutionUniversity of San Francisco
DepartmentHealth Informatics Program

 Research Expertise & Professional Interests
Dr. Bosl joined USF in the summer of 2013 as the director of the Health Informatics program. He was a computational physicist (PhD Stanford) before joining the Boston Children's Hospital Informatics Program (CHIP) as a faculty member with Harvard Medical School. While developing his research at CHIP, Dr. Bosl pursued further doctoral training in clinical neuroscience and collaborated with physicians in the Neurology and Developmental Medicine departments on research to find early biomarkers of neurodevelopmental disorders in children, with a focus on autism and epilepsy. He was also a lecturer and collaborator with the MIT Global Health Informatics group on neurotechnology for global mental healthcare, a project that involves a growing network of research partners in Africa. Dr. Bosl holds an adjunct research scientist appointment with Children's Hospital in Oakland Research Institute. His research focuses on early detection and monitoring of neurological and developmental disorders in children; global mental health; nonlinear signal processing and machine learning in healthcare; and cognitive phenotypes, consciousness and electrophysiology.

 Publications
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  1. Ramgopal S, Thome-Souza S, Jackson M, Kadish NE, Sánchez Fernández I, Klehm J, Bosl W, Reinsberger C, Schachter S, Loddenkemper T. Seizure detection, seizure prediction, and closed-loop warning systems in epilepsy. Epilepsy Behav. 2014 Aug; 37:291-307. PMID: 25174001.
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  2. Bosl W, Mandel J, Jonikas M, Ramoni RB, Kohane IS, Mandl KD. Scalable decision support at the point of care: a substitutable electronic health record app for monitoring medication adherence. Interact J Med Res. 2013; 2(2):e13. PMID: 23876796.
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  3. Chavakula V, Sánchez Fernández I, Peters JM, Popli G, Bosl W, Rakhade S, Rotenberg A, Loddenkemper T. Automated quantification of spikes. Epilepsy Behav. 2013 Feb; 26(2):143-52. PMID: 23291250.
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  4. Bosl W. Neurotechnology and Psychiatric Biomarkers, in Ghista, D. (ed), Biomedical Engineering - Book 3. InTech Publishers. 2012.
  5. Bosl W, Tierney A, Tager-Flusberg H, Nelson C. Response: Infant EEG activity as a biomarker for autism: a promising approach or a false promise? BMC Med. 2011; 9:60. PMID: 21599951.
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  6. Bosl W, Tierney A, Tager-Flusberg H, Nelson C. EEG complexity as a biomarker for autism spectrum disorder risk. BMC Med. 2011; 9:18. PMID: 21342500.
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  7. Bosl WJ, Li R. The role of noise and positive feedback in the onset of autosomal dominant diseases. BMC Syst Biol. 2010; 4:93. PMID: 20587063.
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  8. Kriete A, Bosl WJ, Booker G. Rule-based cell systems model of aging using feedback loop motifs mediated by stress responses. PLoS Comput Biol. 2010 Jun; 6(6):e1000820. PMID: 20585546.
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  9. Bosl WJ. Multiscale data reduction with flexible saliency criterion for biological image analysis. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2009; 2009:3703-6. PMID: 19965007.
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  10. Bosl WJ. Systems biology by the rules: hybrid intelligent systems for pathway modeling and discovery. BMC Syst Biol. 2007; 1:13. PMID: 17408503.
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  11. Bosl WJ, Li R. Mitotic-exit control as an evolved complex system. Cell. 2005 May 6; 121(3):325-33. PMID: 15882616.
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