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Keith Bartley is a computer science engineer and data scientist who co-leads the Technology and Innovation program of the Center for Autism Research.
Keith Bartley is a computer science engineer and data scientist whose work uses advanced perceptual computing technology to digitize subtle behaviors of the body, face, and eyes to better understand variations in behavior along the autism spectrum.
Bartley began his work at the Center for Autism Research as a research assistant supporting studies that use fMRI to better understand mechanisms related to social motivation. He graduated from the University of Tennessee, where he received his BS and MS in Plant Sciences, along with a graduate minor in Statistics.
Education and Training
BS, University of Tennessee (Plant Sciences)
MS, University of Tennessee (Plants Sciences, Statistics)
Titles and Academic Titles
Computer Science Engineer