Our Research

Omniscient Neurotechnology conducts independent and collaborative research with institutions around the world. Using our Quicktome and Infinitome pipelines, we provide insight into neuropathology through advanced brain mapping and connectomic analyses.

 

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Highlighted Publications

12 Plagues of AI in Healthcare: A Practical Guide to Current Issues With Using Machine Learning in a Medical Context

May 3, 2022

A review of the current applications of Machine Learning and AI in health science data, and how users can avoid common mistakes when handling data.

Machine Learning Decomposition of the Anatomy of Neuropsychological Deficit in Alzheimer’s Disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment

May 3, 2022

The Hollow Tree Super (HoTS) method was applied to a patient and healthy control group to define parcels and networks corresponding with diagnosis of MCI and Alzheimers.

Connectivity-based parcellation of normal and anatomically distorted human cerebral cortex

November 28, 2021

As the basis for the creation of our patient-specific brain maps, this manuscript unveils the Structural Connectivity Atlas (SCA) methodology

Hollow-tree Super: a directional and scalable approach for feature importance in boosted tree models

April 7, 2021

This manuscript unveils a novel method for investigating which brain regions are most responsible for greater scores on psychometric tests such as the PANSS for Schizophrenia - Hollow Tree Super.

Targeting location relates to treatment response in active but not sham rTMS stimulation

April 1, 2021

A re-opened investigation utilizing o8t atlassing revealed that inaccurate targeting of the dlPFC in veterans reduced treatment response.

Application of structural and functional connectome mismatch for classification and individualized therapy for Alzheimers disease

November 23, 2020

By utilizing the o8t Infinitome processing pipeline, this study revealed connectomic anomalies in the Default Mode Network (DMN) which underpinned the progression of Alzheimer's Disease.

Unexpected hubness: a proof‑of‑concept study of the human connectome using pagerank centrality and implications for intracerebral neurosurgery

November 4, 2020

By utilizing PageRank Centrality, a common algorithm for search engine optimization, we investigated the remapping of neural hubs in individuals suffering from Schizophrenia.

Citing our software

Infinitome Neuroscience Platform:

Omniscient Neurotechnology Pty. Ltd. (o8t) (2020). Infinitome [Computer software]. https://infinitome.o8t.com/. Sydney, Australia.

Quicktome Brain Mapping Platform:

Omniscient Neurotechnology Pty. Ltd. (o8t) (2021). Quicktome [Computer software]. https://quicktome.o8t.com/. Sydney, Australia.

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