I am a medical doctor with a research background in neurology and autoimmunity. My journey in the field of medicine has led me to my current focus on the exciting intersection of artificial intelligence, medicine, and disease risk prediction.
During my time as a neurology resident at Charité University Hospital Berlin I developed an interest autoimmunity. Now, as a postdoctoral fellow in the Aghaeepour Lab since May 2023, my research revolves around leveraging the power of machine learning and artificial intelligence to advance medical science and the practice of medicine.
One of my most significant contributions during my previous work has been the development of a cutting-edge cell therapy for NMDAR encephalitis, which showcases the potential of medical advancements in treating complex neurological disorders. Beyond my academic pursuits, I have a passion for bike riding. When I’m not immersed in research, you can often find me exploring new trails and enjoying the freedom of two wheels. Additionally, I love to go out and dance!
I am excited about the possibilities that lie ahead in AI-driven healthcare and the potential to transform patient outcomes. I hope that my research will contribute to the development of novel and more effective medical interventions, ultimately improving the lives of countless individuals.