Machine Learning for Brain Health Symposium

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St.Joseph's Healthcare Auditorium
100 West 5th Street
Hamilton (On) L8N 3K7

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ARiEAL Research Centre is proud to support the upcoming symposium on "Machine Learning for Brain Health". Two of our ARiEAL researchers, Drs. John Connolly and Jim Reilly are among the coordination committee, and Dr. Sylvain Baillet (ARiEAL Scientific Advisory Committee) will also be one of the invited speakers! This symposium will be a great opportunity for exploring machine learning and big data analytic methods for neuroimaging and biometric data, and their applications to the detection/prediction of treatment outcome in stroke, coma, disorders of consciousness and psychiatric disorders. If you are interested, please be sure to save the date! More details will be disseminated when the program is finalized.

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