Since receiving my B.S. in Math and Statistics at Carnegie Mellon University in 1992, I have worked at the PET Facility at the University of Pittsburgh. My research has centered around the statistical analysis of PET activation studies. Within this area I have worked on improving the robustness of PET-to-PET and PET-to-MRI intrasubject volume registration, developing easy-to-use tools to perform automated PET data analysis, and developing SPM, a widely used PET and MRI data analysis package. In autumn I will enroll in a doctoral program in Statistics at Carnegie Mellon.

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