Oren Miron, M.S.
Oren Miron, M.S.
Research Associate in Biomedical Informatics

Oren Miron  is a Research Associate analyzing suicide rates in adolescence, and the connection between suicide and opioid abuse. Oren is also researching the prediction of autism risk in newborns using the Auditory Brainstem Response test, which is currently used to screen hearing impairment on ~4,000,000 newborns a year. Oren earned an MA in Psychology & Neuroscience from Ben-Gurion University (Computational-Neuroimaging Lab).

Data-driven analyses revealed the comorbidity landscape of tuberous sclerosis complex.
Authors: Yu KH, Miron O, Palmer N, Lemos DR, Fox K, Kou SC, Sahin M, Kohane IS.
Neurology
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Auditory brainstem response in infants and children with autism spectrum disorder: A meta-analysis of wave V.
Authors: Miron O, Beam AL, Kohane IS.
Autism Res
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Prolonged auditory brainstem responses in infants with autism.
Authors: Miron O, Ari-Even Roth D, Gabis LV, Henkin Y, Shefer S, Dinstein I, Geva R.
Autism Res
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