I am an applied mathematician interested in complex networks, particularly in the brain. My neuroscience research uses statistical models to estimate brain dynamics, e.g. during human seizures. Currently, I model and analyze the movement of basketball players.
Boston University School of Medicine, Graduate Medical Sciences
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Kass RE, Amari SI, Arai K, Brown EN, Diekman CO, Diesmann M, Doiron B, Eden UT, Fairhall AL, Fiddyment GM, Fukai T, Grün S, Harrison MT, Helias M, Nakahara H, Teramae JN, Thomas PJ, Reimers M, Rodu J, Rotstein HG, Shea-Brown E, Shimazaki H, Shinomoto S, Yu BM, Kramer MA. Computational Neuroscience: Mathematical and Statistical Perspectives. Annu Rev Stat Appl. 2018 Mar; 5:183-214. PMID: 30976604; PMCID: PMC6454918; DOI: 10.1146/annurev-statistics-041715-033733;
Martinet LE, Fiddyment G, Madsen JR, Eskandar EN, Truccolo W, Eden UT, Cash SS, Kramer MA. Human seizures couple across spatial scales through travelling wave dynamics. Nat Commun. 2017 04 04; 8:14896. PMID: 28374740; PMCID: PMC5382286; DOI: 10.1038/ncomms14896;
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