I am on the research faculty at Harvard and MIT. My laboratory's research interests are in statistical signal processing algorithm design and information theoretic analysis especially for biomedical and communications engineering systems.

Apart from my day job, I am involved with the IEEE EMBS Boston Section and Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs. Much of my free time is spent playing a game of chess, reading philosophy, writing poetry or playing the violin, sometimes on the banks of River Charles.

NEW: My lab has multiple postdoc positions open. If you are passionate about developing neural signal processing techniques for cutting edge wearable technology and clinical research, we want you!

UPCOMING: Join me for my keynote talk at the Medical Sensors Design Conference 2017.