I am a PhD candidate in the department of Biomedical Engineering working under the supervision of Professor Nehorai, in the department of Electrical Engineering.
I’m interested in challenging problems that can change lives and push the human enterprise forward. I’m currently working on computational aspects of uterine electrophysiology. My research interests include using new approaches (including, but not limited to machine learning) in science and technology to address medical problems. In particular, I’m interested in electrophysiology (uterine, cardiac, neural, etc), pharmacology, computer vision, signal processing, optimization, machine learning and mathematical modeling of biological phenomena.