» Dr. Erik Linstead
Assistant Professor

Schmid College of Science and Technology; Mathematics and Computer Science
School of Pharmacy
The George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics
Dr. Erik Linstead
Office Location:
Becket Building 208
Chapman University, Bachelor of Science
Stanford University, Master of Science
University of California, Irvine, Ph.D.
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Currently serving as Schmid College Director of Undergraduate Computing Programs.

Recent Creative, Scholarly Work and Publications
Atchison, A., Berardi, C., Best, N., Stevens, E., Linstead, E. “A Time Series Analysis of TravisTorrent Builds: To Everything There is a Season.” International Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR). Buenos Aires, Argentina. May, 2017.
Arbuckle, C., Greenberg, M., Bergh, A., German, R., Sirago, N., Linstead, E. “T-Time: A Data Repository of T Cell and Calcium Release-Activated Calcium Channel Activation Imagery.” BMC Research Notes. August, 2017.
Linstead, E., Dixon, D., Hong, E., Burns, C., French, R., Novack, M., Granpeesheh, D. “An Evaluation of the Effects of Intensity and Duration on Outcomes across Treatment Domains for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.” Nature Translational Psychiatry. 2017. (in press)
El-Askary, H. LaHaye, N., Linstead, E., Sprigg, W., Yacoub, M. "Remote sensing observation of annual dust cycle and possible causality of Kawasaki disease outbreaks in Japan" Global Cardiology Science and Practice. 2017. (in press)
Linstead, E., Burns, R., Nguyen, D., Tyler, D. “AMP: A Platform for Managing and Mining Data in the Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder.” International Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology (EMBC). Lake Buena Vista, FL. August, 2016.
Linstead, E.. Dixon, D., Granpeesheh, D., French, R., German, R., Stevens, E. “Intensity and Learning Outcomes in the Treatment of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.” Journal of Behavior Modification. 2016.
Dixon, D., Linstead, E., Granpeesheh, D., French, R., Stevens, E., Stevens, L., Novack, M., Powell, A. “An evaluation of the impact of supervision intensity, supervisor qualifications, and caseload on outcomes in the treatment of autism spectrum disorder.” Behavior Analysis in Practice. June 2016.
Dixon, D., Burns, C., Granpeesheh, D., Powell, A., Linstead, E. “A Program Evaluation of Home and Center-Based Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder.” Behavior Analysis in Practice. October 2016.
Linstead, E., German, R., Dixon, D., Granpeesheh, D, Powell, A., Novack, M. “An Application of Neural Networks to Predicting Mastery of Learning Outcomes in the Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder.” International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications. Miami, FL. December 2015.
Arbuckle, C., Greenberg, M., Linstead, E. “Detection and Tracking of T Cells in Time Lapse Imaging.” ACM Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Health Informatics (BCB). Atlanta, GA. September 2015.