ClassesIntroduction to R
Faculty Office Hour
TalksTalk Slides and Worked Example for Integrative Multimodality Methods for Studying Brain Function
Stats in Imaging Talk in Pittsburgh 2017
Imaging in R (aka Neurohacking 2.0)
TutorialsNeuroconductor Tutorials and Imaging
My name is John Muschelli (pronounced Moo-shell-e), and I am currently a Assistant Scientist at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH). I received my Master's of Science (ScM) under the advising of Brian Caffo and my PhD under Ciprian Crainiceanu in Biostatistics from JHSPH, and a BS in Biomathematics and Neuroscience from the University of Scranton.
I work on processing and analyzing medical images, usually of the brain.
My blog, a HopStat and a Jump away
is updated much more frequently than this website.
My primary collaborators are Ciprian Crainiceanu, Brian Caffo, Dan Hanley, and Stewart Mostofsky.