An article on ResearchMaps.org has been published in the journal PLOS One. Authors include MII members Nicholas J. Matiasz, Justin Wood, William Speier, and William Hsu, who collaborate on this project with Alcino J. Silva and Wei Wang. ResearchMaps is a web app designed to help scientists evaluate evidence and plan their next experiment. The app is open-source and free for academic and non-profit use.
MII student Johnny Ho received the best student paper award (Martin Epstein Award) at AMIA 2017 for his paper, "Classifying Acute Ischemic Stroke Onset Time using Deep Imaging Features." MII student Jiayun Li was also nominated as a finalist in the Student Paper Competition for her paper, "A Multi-scale U-Net for Semantic Segmentation of Histological Images from Radical Prostatectomies."
The journal Frontiers in Neuroinformatics has published "Computer-Aided Experiment Planning toward Causal Discovery in Neuroscience," by MII student Nicholas J. Matiasz. Co-authors of this article include MII student Justin Wood, MII faculty member William Hsu, and collaborators Wei Wang and Alcino J. Silva.