Joshua Vogelstein

Biomedical Engineering
Johns Hopkins University
POSITIONS HELD
Assistant Professor
Johns Hopkins University
Core Faculty
Institute for Computational Medicine & Center for Imaging Science
Steering Committee Member & Associate Member
Kavli Neuroscience Discovery Institute
Co-founder
Gigantum
Co-founder
d8alab
Advisory Board
Mind-X
Advisory Board
PivotalPath
Director of Biomedical Data Science Focus Area
Johns Hopkins University
AWARDS
2017
Best Presentation Award HPDC, Mhembere et al.
2017
Nonparametric Statistics of the American Statistical Association Student Paper Award, Lee et al.
2014
F1000 Prime Recommended, Vogelstein et al.
2013
Spotlight, Neural Information Processing Systems, Vogelstein
2008
Spotlight, Computational and Systems Neuroscience, Vogelstein
Education
2009
PhD
Johns Hopkins University
2009
M.S.
Johns Hopkins University
2002
B.A.
Washington University in St. Louis
Publications
Joshua Vogelstein‍
11/15/2018‍
Joshua Vogelstein is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Institute for Computational Medicine at Johns Hopkins University. He sits at the Center for Imaging Science in Clark Hall at the Homewood campus. He also has an appointment in the Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Sciences. His work focuses largely on big and wide data, especially neuroscience, focusing on statistics of brain graphs (connectomes). He co-founded the Open Connectome Project (OCP) with his brother R. Jacob Vogelstein and Randal Burns, Associated Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University. It has spawned NeuroData which is the mother of several complementary projects, including OCP, Open Synaptome Project, and more. NeuroData runs a very vertical group, with people working at all levels of analysis, ranging from data collection to analysis and interpretation. NeuroData has since created an ecosystem of open-source tools for neuroscientists. See the website here: https://neurodata.io/tools/
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