I am on the Harvard faculty. My laboratory's research interests are in artificial intelligence and signal processing algorithms especially for biomedical and neurotechnology 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 or playing the violin, sometimes on the banks of River Charles.
My lab has multiple open research positions at all levels. If you are passionate about the intersection of healthcare with machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques, please get in touch!
NEWS AND EVENTS
- "Towards Digital Biomarkers for Clinical Diagnostics" at Digital Health: Sensors, Wearables, and IoT, Mar 2019.
- "Investor Workshop" at the Health 2.0 Fall Conference, Sep 2018.
- "Big Data in Healthcare" panel at MedHacks 2018, Johns Hopkins University, Sep 2018.
- "AI and IoT in healthcare: Identifying key value drivers" at the Medical Sensors Design Conference, June 2018.
- "AI and the future of medicine", MIT Faculty Forum Online, June 2018.
- Breakfast keynote at MIT Hacking Medicine: Grand Hack 2018, Apr 2018.
- "Digital value in therapeutics" panel at the East/West CEO Conference, Jan 2018.
- Looking for a data science challenge? Join the IEEE Brain Data Bank Competition, Dec 2017.
- Keynote talk, "Implantable sensors, data analytics and next generation devices" at the Medical Sensors Design Conference, May 2017.
- Keynote talk, "Brain-machine interface technology: Separating hope from hype" at the Predictive Analytics World for Healthcare, Oct 2016.