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Thomas Nichols

  • PhD
  • Principal Research Fellow
  • University of Warwick Department of Statistics
  • 216PublicationsNumber of items in Thomas's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 173Followers

Research interests

Multiple TestingEEGPETfMRINeuroimaging

About

Thomas Nichols is a Principal Research Fellow and Head of Neuroimaging Statistics at the Institute for Digital Healthcare, holding a joint position between Warwick Manufacturing Group & the Department of Statistics. Before joining the University of Warwick he was the Director of Modelling & Genetics at the GlaxoSmithKline Clinical Imaging Centre at Hammersmith Hospital in London, where he worked on statistical methods for fMRI in the context of clinical trials, and integrating genetic data into brain image analyses. Before coming to the UK he was an Associate Professor of Biostatistics at the University of Michigan, and in 2001 received his Ph.D. in statistics from Carnegie Mellon University where he also trained in cognitive neuroscience. He has been active in the field of functional neuroimaging since 1992, when he worked at the University of Pittsburgh's PET Center as a programmer and statistician. Dr. Nichols' research focuses on modelling and inference of neuroimaging data, including PET, fMRI & M/EEG.

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  • A group analysis using the Multiregression Dynamic Models for fMRI networked time series

    • Costa L
    • Smith J
    • Nichols T
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  • Directed functional connectivity using dynamic graphical models.

    • Schwab S
    • Harbord R
    • Zerbi V
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  • Accelerating permutation testing in voxel-wise analysis through subspace tracking: A new plugin for SnPM

    • Gutierrez-Barragan F
    • Ithapu V
    • Hinrichs C
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  • Personalized medication response prediction for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: Learning in the model space vs. learning in the data space

    • Wong H
    • Tiffin P
    • Chappell M
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  • Spatial Bayesian latent factor regression modeling of coordinate-based meta-analysis data.

    • Montagna S
    • Wager T
    • Barrett L
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Professional experience

Principal Research Fellow

Department of Statistics, University of Warwick

August 2009 - Present

Director, Modelling & Genetics

GlaxoSmithKline Clinical Imaging Centre

August 2006 - July 2009(3 years)

Assistant Professor

University of Michigan, Department of Biostatistics

August 2000 - July 2009(9 years)

Education

PhD

Carnegie Mellon University, Department of Statistics

September 1996 - May 2001(5 years)

BS

Carnegie Mellon University, Department of Statistics

September 1988 - June 1992(4 years)