Dr. Stevens’ vision is to apply Precision Medicine for the benefit of acutely and critically ill patients. His research seeks to identify signatures associated with trauma, surgery and acute conditions such as stroke, cardiac arrest, and sepsis. To achieve this, he engages with an interdisciplinary team of basic and systems neuroscientists, biomedical and computer engineers, biostatisticians, data scientists, and neuroradiologists. One area of Dr. Stevens' research examines MRI features of the brain connectome to enhance classification and prediction in patients recovering from severe brain injury. Other projects use artificial intelligence methods to analyze features captured through physiologic monitoring, EEG, genomics and wearable sensors. The overarching aim is to decode phenotypes and increase the accuracy of classification, prediction and therapy in acutely ill patients.
The Stevens Lab (Laboratory of Computational Intensive Care Medicine) leverages robust theoretical paradigms, high-resolution multidimensional data, and artificial intelligence to enhance resilience and recovery of critically ill neurological patients.
Technology Expertise Keywords
Precision Heath; Data Scicence; Machine Learning; Brain Mapping
Clinical Trial Keywords
Precision Medicine, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence
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Sair HI, Hannawi Y, Li S, Kornbluth J, Vanhaudenhuyse A, Laureys S, Chabanne R, Jean B, Benali H, Perlbarg V, Luyt CE, Galanaud D, Velly L, Puybasset L, Pekar J, Caffo B, Stevens RD. Early functional connectome integrity and one-year recovery in comatose survivors of cardiac arrest. Radiology 2017; 162161. doi: 10.1148/radiol.2017162161
Hannawi Y, Lindquist MA, Caffo BS, Sair HI, and Stevens RD. Resting brain activity in humans with consciousness disorders: Systematic review and meta-analysis. Neurology 2015;84:1272-128
Hinson H, Puybasset L, Weiss N, Perlbarg V, Benali H, Galanaud D, Lasarev M, Stevens RD, for the Neuro Imaging for Coma Emergence and Recovery (NICER) Consortium. Neuroanatomical basis of paroxysmal sympathetic hyperactivity: a diffusion tensor imaging analysis. Brain Injury 2015;29:455-61
Salluh JIF, Wang H, Schneider E, Nagarajan N, Yenokyan G, Damluji A, Serafim RB, Stevens RD. The Outcome of Delirium in Critically Ill Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Br Med J. 2015;350:h253
Schneider EB, Sur S, Raymont V, Duckworth J, Kowalski R, Efron DT, Hui X, Selvarajah S, Hambridge HL, Stevens RD. Functional recovery after moderate/severe traumatic brain injury: a role for cognitive reserve? Neurology 2014; 82:1636-42