Expertise: Signal Processing, Statistics, Data Science, Neuroscience, Neurological Disorders, Epilepsy
Dr Stamoulis received the BS, MS and PhD degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and completed post-doctoral training at Harvard (Theoretical seismology), MIT (Neuroscience) and the Harvard School of Public Health (Biostatistics). She is currently Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and directs the Computational Neuroscience Laboratory at Boston Children’s Hospital. Her broad research interests are in Computational Neuroscience and focus on the development of novel computational methods and mathematical and statistical models that aim to robustly characterize the neurodynamic correlates of complex behaviors across the lifespan. Her expertise is in neural signal processing and high-dimensional statistics. A second focus of her research is on the characterization of aberrant brain dynamics associated with developmental and neurological disorders, particularly epilepsy. She is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Society for Neuroscience, the Americal Epilepsy Society, the Americal Statistical Association and the Acoustical Society of America.