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overview Key research interests in data science applied to epilepsy: 1. Natural seizure patterns - this includes understanding the natural fluctuations of seizure counts, seizure clustering, and seizure forecasting. 2. Biosensor dynamics - here we are using biosensors such as ECG and pulse oximetry to understand hidden markers of risk for sudden cardiac death and/or sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP). 3. Clinical trial improvements - developing techniques for more rapid, more efficient yet less expensive clinical trials in epilepsy that will accelerate bringing novel treatments to this disease.
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Item TypeName
Concept Epilepsy, Temporal Lobe
Concept Epilepsy
Concept Epilepsy, Generalized
Academic Article Confusing placebo effect with natural history in epilepsy: A big data approach.
Academic Article Response to placebo in clinical epilepsy trials--Old ideas and new insights.
Academic Article Monte Carlo simulations of randomized clinical trials in epilepsy.
Academic Article A big data approach to the development of mixed-effects models for seizure count data.
Academic Article Preoperative prediction of temporal lobe epilepsy surgery outcome.
Academic Article Long-term monitoring of cardiorespiratory patterns in drug-resistant epilepsy.
Academic Article Does accounting for seizure frequency variability increase clinical trial power?
Academic Article A multi-dataset time-reversal approach to clinical trial placebo response and the relationship to natural variability in epilepsy.
Academic Article Are the days of counting seizures numbered?
Academic Article Post-operative EEG as a tool to predict seizure recurrence: analysis of the NIH epilepsy surgery database
Academic Article Spatiotemporal techniques in multimodal imaging for brain mapping and epilepsy
Academic Article Common data elements for epilepsy mobile health systems.
Academic Article Postoperative EEG association with seizure recurrence: Analysis of the NIH epilepsy surgery database.
Academic Article Epilepsy as a dynamic disease: A Bayesian model for differentiating seizure risk from natural variability.
Academic Article Circadian and circaseptan rhythms in human epilepsy: a retrospective cohort study.
Academic Article Opinion and Special Articles: Self-management in epilepsy: Web-based seizure tracking applications.
Academic Article Commentary on "Predicting seizure freedom after epilepsy surgery, a challenge in clinical practice".
Academic Article When can we trust responders? Serious concerns when using 50% response rate to assess clinical trials.
Academic Article Machine learning applications in epilepsy.
Academic Article Comparing the efficacy, exposure, and cost of clinical trial analysis methods.
Academic Article Prospective validation study of an epilepsy seizure risk system for outpatient evaluation.
Academic Article Natural variability in seizure frequency: Implications for trials and placebo.
Academic Article Individualizing the definition of seizure clusters based on temporal clustering analysis.
Academic Article Placebo in epilepsy.
Academic Article Natural history of generalized motor seizures: A retrospective analysis.
Academic Article Statistical efficiency of patient data in randomized clinical trials of epilepsy treatments.
Academic Article Statistical efficiency of patient data in randomized clinical trials of epilepsy treatments adds value.
Academic Article Epilepsy during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown: a US population survey.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.