Eilis A. Boudreau is an assistant professor in OHSU’s Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology. She also holds appointments in OHSU’s Department of Neurology and at the Portland VA Medical Center as a staff physician working in the sleep medicine and epilepsy programs. She studies sleep and circadian rhythm influences on the development of alcoholism using imaging techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and optical microangiography. She holds a Ph.D. in Biophysics from Syracuse University and an MD from the SUNY Health Science University at Syracuse.
Role: Assistant Professor
"Enables VitalView data plotting in an actigram format; provides single- or double-plotted actigrams with a TAU cursor."
Used to calculate sleep onsets, sleep offsets, and sleep efficiency.
"CGH Analytics allows you to visually explore genome-wide patterns in the data as well as zero in on specific chromosomes or specific features of microarrays."
"Feature Extraction consists of two major processes: image analysis to place the grid and locate spots and data analysis to define and measure spot features for gene expression"
Contains MMC amplifiers.