Russell T. Shinohara, PhD
Assistant Professor of Biostatistics
Dr. Shinohara's methodological research centers on the assessment of structural and functional changes in the brain throughout development and in neurological, psychiatric and developmental disorders. He is interested in describing complex processes and studying questions that have direct impacts on human health through clinical trials and observational studies. He pursues broad collaborative interests in medicine and public health, with particular emphasis in quantitative biomedical imaging and epidemiology.
Content Area Specialties
Biostatistics, image analysis, multiple sclerosis, neurology, neurodevelopment, pharmacoepidemiology, psychiatry, public health, radiology
Imaging statistics, observational studies, clinical trials, survival analysis, functional data analysis