This Directory includes Faculty, Staff, Students, and Alumni selectable by category, search or alphabetical by last name. Over 110 students have graduated from the Department of Biomedical Informatics (25+ PhD, 50+ MS, 25+ Certificate). The diversity of careers available to DBMI alumnus is evident in their biographies. Many of our graduates are teaching and performing research in academic institutions, such as Vanderbilt University, Arizona State University, and New York University while others have entered private industry with companies such as Cerner Corporation and Boston Scientific; some have positions in government agencies, such as the NIH and AHRQ, while others are at major medical centers, serving in roles such as Chief Medical Information Officer. We maintain a database of the career paths of our graduates. If you are an alumnus, please contact us if you would like to submit or update information!

William Reynolds

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Research Interests:

Neuroimaging informatics and applications of machine learning in medical imaging.

Doctoral Student, Department of Biomedical Informatics
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BS (2015, Molecular Biology) University of Pittsburgh



Ceschin, R., Zahner, A., Reynolds, W., Gaesser, J., Zuccoli, G., Lo, C. W., … Panigrahy, A. (2018). A computational framework for the detection of subcortical brain dysmaturation in neonatal MRI using 3D Convolutional Neural Networks. NeuroImage, 178, 183–197.

Kruszka, P., Tanpaiboon, P., Neas, K., Crosby, K., Berger, S. I., Martinez, A. F., … Muenke, M. (2017). Loss of function in ROBO1 is associated with tetralogy of Fallot and septal defects. Journal of Medical Genetics, 54(12), 825–829.

Liu, X., Kim, A. J., Reynolds, W., Wu, Y., & Lo, C. W. (2017). Phenotyping cardiac and structural birth defects in fetal and newborn mice. Birth Defects Research, 109(10), 778–790.

Liu, X., Yagi, H., Saeed, S., Bais, A. S., Gabriel, G. C., Chen, Z., … Genet, N. (2017). The complex genetics of hypoplastic left heart syndrome HHS Public Access Author manuscript. Nat Genet, 49(7), 1152–1159.

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