Russell Takeshi Shinohara

faculty photo
Assistant Professor of Biostatistics in Biostatistics and Epidemiology
Department: Biostatistics and Epidemiology
Graduate Group Affiliations

Contact information
Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology
Perelman School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania
210 Blockley Hall
423 Guardian Drive
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6021
Office: 215-746-1090
Fax: 215-573-1050
Honours BS (Probability & Statistics)
McGill University, 2006.
MSc (Mathematics and Statistics)
McGill University, 2007.
PhD (Biostatistics)
The Johns Hopkins University, 2012.
Permanent link

Selected Publications

Satterthwaite T.D.,*Shinohara R.T., Wolf D.H., Hopson R., Elliott M.A., Vandekar S., Ruparel K., Calkins M.E., Roalf D.R., Gennatas E.D., Jackson C., Erus G., Davatzikos C., Detre J.A., Hakonarson H., Gur R.C., Gura R.E.,: Impact of Puberty on the Evolution of Cerebral Perfusion During Adolescence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111(23): 2643-8, June 2014.

Berkowitz A.L., Mittal M.K., McLane H.C., Shen G.C., Muralidharan R., Lyons J.L., Shinohara R.T., Shuaib A., Mateen F.J.: Worldwide reported use of IV tissue plasminogen activator for acute ischemic stroke. International Journal of Stroke 9(3): 349-55, April 2014.

Sweeney E.M, Vogelstein J.T., Cuzzocreo J.L., Calabresi P.A., Reich D.S., Crainiceanu C.M., Shinohara R.T.: A Comparison of Supervised Machine Learning Algorithms and Feature Vectors for MS Lesion Segmentation Using Multimodal Structural MRI. PLoS One 29(9), April 2014.

Mateen F.J., Post W.S., Sacktor N., Abraham A.G., Becker J.T., Smith B.R., Detels R., Martin E., Phair J.P., Shinohara R.T; For the Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study (MACS) Investigators: Long-term predictive value of the Framingham Risk Score for Stroke in HIV-positive vs HIV-negative men. Neurology 81(24): 2094-102, December 2013.

Shinohara R.T., Narayan A.K., Hong K., Kim H.S., Coresh J., Streiff M.B., Frangakis C.E.: Estimating parsimonious models of longitudinal causal effects using regressions on propensity scores. Statistics in Medicine 32(22): 3829-37, September 2013.

Sweeney, E.M., Shinohara, R.T., Shiee, N., Mateen, F.J., Chudgar, A.A., Cuzzocreo, J.L., Calabresi, P.A., Pham, D.L., Reich, D.S., Crainiceanu, C.M.: OASIS is Automated Statistical Inference for Segmentation, with applications to multiple sclerosis lesion segmentation in MRI. NeuroImage:Clinical 2: 402-13, March 2013.

Sweeney E.M., Shinohara R.T., Shea C.D., Reich D.S. and Crainiceanu C.M.: Automatic Lesion Incidence Estimation and Detection in Multiple Sclerosis Using Multisequence Longitudinal MRI. American Journal of Neuroradiology 34(1 ): 68-73, January 2013.

Momin E.N., Adams H., Shinohara R.T., Frangakis C.E., Brem H. and Quinones-Hinojasa A.: Post-Operative Mortality after Surgery for Brain Tumors Differs by Insurance Status in United States. Archives of Surgery 147(11): 1017-24, November 2012.

Mateen F.J., Shinohara R.T.*, Carone M., Miller E.N., McArthur J.C., Jacobson L.P. and Sacktor N.: Neurological Disorders Incidence in Older HIV+ vs. HIV- Men: Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study, 1996-2011. Neurology 79(18): 1873-80, October 2012 Notes: *Co-first author.

Shinohara R.T., Goldsmith J., Mateen F.J., Crainiceanu C.M. and Reich D.S.: Predicting breakdown of the blood-brain barrier in multiple sclerosis without contrast agents. American Journal of Neuroradiology 33(8): 1586-90, September 2012.

back to top
Last updated: 07/28/2014
The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania