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

About Me

I am a PhD student in the Department of Statistics at the University of Michigan.

My interests are in developing advanced statistical methodology with an emphasis on application to problems in neuroscience and neuroimaging, in particular.

I am currently a member of 
- The UMich Neuroimaging Initiative (Steering Committee)
- Department of Psychiatry's Neuroimaging Methods Core.

September 5, 2017
I have joined the Department
of Statistics at the University of 
Michigan as PhD student. 

January 31, 2017
I'm spending this week at the
University of Sydney for the
Network of Mind symposium.
I'll be presenting on Thursday, 
and my slides are available online
(full disclosure: work in progress up
until my actual presentation)

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.