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Daniel Kessler asks a question at the 2014 Brain Connectivity Conference at MIT

About Me

I am a research computer specialist at the University of Michigan.

I develop and deploy cutting edge neuroimaging methodology.

I investigate 
- Attention
- Self-regulation
- Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
- Schizophrenia

I am currently a member of 
- Department of Psychiatry's Neuroimaging Methods Core.
- Robert Welsh's ALS Project

October 6, 2016
I'm presenting our recent preprint
and hosting/moderating/participating
in a journal club more broadly focused
on the Eklund et al. "Cluster failure"
paper. This will take place in EH 4464
at 3 PM as part of the "Decision Consortium"
series of events. Here are my slides.

September 30, 2016
I'll be presenting at the UMich
fMRI Symposium on Friday.
Here are my slides.

August 4, 2016
A preprint I authored along
with Mike Angstadt and
Chandra Sripada went live on
arXiv earlier today. It offers some
tentative context for the recent
Eklund et al. bombshell.

June 8, 2016
I'm giving an internal presentation
this morning. For attendees, slides
are available online at this 
github repository.

April 27, 2016
I'll be presenting a poster at an internal
conference that reflects our work
recently published in JAMA Psychiatry.
The poster is available online.

April 13, 2016
In a paper that just became available online at
JAMA Psychiatry, I, along with colleagues,
investigate how growth charting of the 
brain's developing functional architecture
may be predictive of problems with sustained
attention. The article is accompanied by an
excellent editorial by Dr. Philip Shaw.