BMI/Stat 768 Statistical Methods for Medical Image Analysis

Fall - 3 credits

BMI 210-768/STAT 932-768 Statistical Methods for Medical Image Analysis
The course is designed for graduate students, and researchers who wish to learn quantitative techniques in analyzing medical images and set up statistical models. The course material is applicable to a wide variety of statistical problems in medical and biological images. Present statistical and other quantitative techniques used in analyzing various medical images. A concise review of relevant methodological background will be presented. Basic concepts of key methods will be developed with considerable attention to analysis of real medical maging data of various types and problems. Students and researchers should gain a deeper understanding of statistical methods used in medical image analysis. Course projects will be designed to apply methods learned from classes to medical images provided by an instructor or students themselves. No prerequisites.