Mark Fiecas, PhD
Associate Professor, Division of Biostatistics
PhD, Biostatistics, Brown University, 2012
BS, Mathematics, University of Houston
The focus of my research is to understand the structure and function of the human brain through the use of imaging technology. My experience with neuroimaging research spans a broad range of areas, from studying the connectivity of the human brain to investigating genetic underpinnings of brain phenotypes. My interdisciplinary research focuses on functional connectivity and imaging genetics. From a methodological perspective, my primary interest is in time series analysis.
Aging, genetics, mental health, methods, neuroimaging, EEG, fMRI, time series, sleep, Bayesian methods.