William Bosl, Ph.D.
William Bosl completed his first Ph.D. while working as computational physicist at Lawrence Livermore National Lab. His research focus shifted to biomedical informatics, and he moved to Boston in 2005 to join the faculty of Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital’s Informatics Program, where he began research that applied nonlinear methods and machine learning to problems in clinical neuroscience. He also began additional training in Behavioral Neuroscience at Boston University School of Medicine, where he completed a second PhD. In 2013, he moved to the University of San Francisco. He now holds an adjunct faculty position with the UCSF-Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute. His current research and clinical activities are focused on electrophysical biomarkers for early detection of neurological and mental disorders.
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