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About Dana Brooks

Professor Brooks's research interests focus primarily on biomedical applications of digital signal and image processing. His current projects in the area of electrocardiography include work on the inverse problem of electrocardiography, on quantification of multi-sensor time-varying electrical patterns on the heart and torso surface, on the development of realistic bounds on a large number of measures of these patterns, and on the use of the wavelet transform to study both these multi-sensor patterns as well as single-lead signals. He is also involved in a collaborative, multi-institution project on Diffuse Optical Tomography, associated with the newly-funded NSF Engineering Research Center at Northeastern, the Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging Systems (CenSSIS) as well as a collaborative project on fast, dynamic MRI imaging with Profs. Eric Miller and Hanoch Lev-Ari of the CDSP Center, Larry Panych of Brigham and Women's Hospital, and CDSP Ph.D. student W. Scott Hoge. He also has research interests in higher-order spectra, and digital signal processing with chaotic signals and systems.


Present Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Northeastern University

Research Interests

Signal processing and Medical imaging

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Contact Information

Northeastern University
ATTN: Dana Brooks, 442 DA
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115-5000
Phone: (617) 373-3352


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