Postdoctoral scholar in Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute, University of Southern California, USA.
He is an interdisciplinary researcher working at the interface between neuroscience and computer science.
He recieved a PhD degree in Computer Science from Brown University and Bachelors of Science from the California Institute of Technology.
His research focuses on creating computational tools for quantitative analysis and visualization of the brain using magnetic resonance imaging.
He works with a variety of clinical researchers and basic neuroscientists at USC to apply these approaches in their studies, including projects related to neurodevelopment, neurodegeneration, hearing loss, obesity, epilepsy, and stroke.
He also contributes to career development programming for students and postdocs on campus, by leading neuroimaging workshops with masters students and organizing a postdoc career seminar series.
Outside campus, he also contributes to the research community through participation in workshops and grand challenges and by disseminating research tools.
His work on diffusion MRI tractography was the overall winner of the VoTEM challenge at the ISBI 2018 conference, and it has been recently featured on the NIH Director's Blog