Personalized Models for Forecasting of Alzheimer Disease Progression

n this thesis the aim is to work on optimizing the modern machine learning models for personalized forecasting of Alzheimer Disease (AD) Progression from clinical trial data. The data comes from the TADPOLE challenge, which is one of the largest publicly available datasets for AD research (ADNI dataset). The goal of the project is to develop machine learning models that can be used to perform personalized forecasts of the participants cognitive changes (e.g., ADAS-Cog13 scores) over the time period of 6,12, 18 and 24 months in the future and the change in Clinical Status (CS) i.e., whether a person will convert to AD within 2 years or not.


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