I am currently serving as an Assistant Professor at the University of California Irvine (UCI) School of Medicine, within the Department of Pathology. My primary research focus lies at the intersection of technology, innovation, and medicine. I am interested in development of AI methods to address the pressing needs in oncology, organ transplant, immunology and other disease areas, leveraging multimodal data from histology, radiology, genomics, and beyond. I believe that the thoughtful application of AI has the potential to transform the healthcare landscape, not only enhancing patient care but also increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of medical professionals.
- I completed my postdoc training in AI for Pathology Lab advised by Faisal Mahmood at Harvard Medical School, and also within Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and the Broad Institute.
- I obtained Ph.D. in computer science, with a focus on neuro-oncology at Technical University in Munich, where I worked with Bjoern Menze and John Lowengrub. Prior to my Ph.D. I worked as a research assistant at ETHZ in the Computation Science & Engineering lab of Petros Koumoutsakos working on mathematical modeling and high-performance computing.
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