BIRS Workshop Lecture Videos
Functional and imaging data in precision medicine Ogden, Todd
A major goal of precision medicine is to use information gathered at the time that a patient presents for treatment to help clinicians determine, separately for each patient the particular treatment that provides the best-expected outcome. In psychiatry it is thought that various brain imaging techniques may allow for the discovery of information vital to predicting response to treatment. We will present the general problem of using both scalar and functional data to guide patient-specific treatment decisions and describe some approaches that can be used to perform model fitting and variable selection. Joint work with Adam Ciarleglio, Eva Petkova, and Thaddeus Tarpey.
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