Donald Geman featured in PNAS QnAs

May 15, 2018

Donald Geman. Image courtesy of Donald Geman.

Throughout his career, Donald Geman, ICM core faculty member and professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, has developed statistical methods for a variety of research applications.

Geman’s most recent research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences¬†focuses on engineering an algorithm that may assist in differentiating between certain forms of cancer. This work builds on Geman’s experience with pattern-recognition problems from his earlier work in the area of computer vision.

Geman was featured recently in PNAS QnAs for his newly published research and role in personalized medicine. Read the full article here.

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