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Applications: Industrial Engineering, Management Science, Operations Research Methodologies: Algorithms, Decision Science, Dynamical Models, Longitudinal Data Analysis, Machine Learning, Optimization, Predictive Modeling Relevant Projects:

NSF: Optimization of Individualized Medical Treatment for Improved Population Health; NSF: Optimal Design of Biomarker-Based Screening Strategies for Early Detection of Chronic Diseases

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Institute for Operations Research and Management Science

Brian Denton

Associate Professor, Industrial and Operations Engineering, College of Engineering

Affiliation(s):

Urology, Michigan Medicine

My research interests are in data-driven sequential decision making and optimization under uncertainty with applications to medicine. I have a cross-appointment in the School of Medicine and I am a member of the Cancer Center and the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation (IHPI) at University of Michigan. My current research projects are investigating new ways to use longitudinal data to improve decisions related to the using of biomarkers, imaging, and medication for early detection of cancer and prevention of cardiovascular disease.