John Aston

  • Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics
  • Professor of Statistics (DPMMS)
    Member of the board of directors of the Alan Turing Institute.
    Co-Director of the EPSRC Centre for Mathematical and Statistical Analysis of Multimodal Clinical Imaging Data.

My research interests

  • My interests include all areas of Applied Statistics but particularly Statistical Neuroimaging and Statistical Linguistics.
  • I also have an active collaboration with the Office for National Statistics.
  • I have methodological interests amongst other things in Functional Data Analysis, Time Series Analysis, Image Analysis, Changepoint Analysis, and Spatial-Temporal Statistics.

People I collaborate with

I’m currently working on 5 CMIH projects

Unsupervised Brain tumor and abnormality detection

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DeepCardio: towards a better prediction of heart attacks and stroke using a machine learning approach

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Computer-aided detection and personalised screening in breast imaging

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Robustness of fMRI interpretations to modelling assumptions

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Mixed Effects Model of High-dimensional Irregular Shaped Tensors on Manifolds

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Key Publications

CMIH user engagement day 2016 - 'Semanic Segmentation with Deep Neural Network - Contextual Information Retrieval'

Yu Wang John Aston
Published 19/10/2016

Video recording of presentations at the 2016 CMIH user engagement day