Why are you here

My name is John Muschelli and I’m an Associate Scientist in the Department of  Biostatistics at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. I am doing work on two stroke clinical trials, neuroimaging analysis, visualization, and some other fun stat problems.

I like data analysis but sometimes things just grinds my gears.  Overall, I try to note things I find interesting when computing with R or doing neuroimaging analysis.

6 thoughts on “Why are you here

  1. Hi,
    I’m here because in following the “Ari: The Automated R Instructor project” your name came across familiar. Checking out why I see it’s because you made a very helpful video on creating a website from RStudio, to which I wonder: if you are certainly proficient using HUGO and RStudio to build websites, why are you using a wordpress as your main page?
    Thank you for your attention.

    • Good question! Antiquity my dear boy! (joke) It’s because I started this before all blogdown had come around and keeping it on here is about inertia and also a place people may remember. It’s effort to move websites and I haven’t made the time really.

  2. I’m here because I’m nervous about applying the JHU Biostatistics. I’m trying to narrow down research interests for my statement of purpose.

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