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924 Westwood Blvd., Suite 420, Room P

Jennifer Polson


Jennifer is a Ph.D. student in the Medical Imaging & Informatics Group under the mentorship of Dr. Corey Arnold. Her research focuses on applying deep learning techniques to medical images and using interpretability methods to gain insight into model behavior. Previously at UCLA, Jennifer received her BS in Biochemistry and an MS in Physiology, with her thesis focusing on statistical analysis of protein turnover in mouse models under cardiovascular stress.



Li W, Wang Z, Li J, Polson J, Speier W, Arnold CW. Semi-supervised learning based on generative adversarial network: a comparison between good GAN and bad GAN approach. arXiv preprint arXiv:1905.06484. 2019 May 16.

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