Adam Dickey, MD, PhD
Adam Dickey is a Neurology Instructor in the Division of Epilepsy at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. His research focus is on how connectivity analysis might be used to improve the surgical treatment of epilepsy. In particular, he studies cortico-cortical evoked potentials (CCEPS) derived from intracranial stimulation. He previously completed a PhD in computational neuroscience at University of Chicago and he contributed to the textbook MATLAB for Neuroscientists. He is also interested in issues of reproducibility and rigor in epilepsy surgery research, including how reliance on statistically under-powered sample sizes leads to unreliable and inflated effect sizes.
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