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Bio-engineering (cardiovascular simulations and device interactions); Advanced Statistics applied to human population data or genetic data sets; Health economic models, Gene association studies

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Research Interests

PhD trained in experimental medicine. My research disciplines span cognitive neuroscience, pharmacology, physiology, community health, pathology and translational medicine (with a focus on cardiovascular interventions and technology). Current research interests: Cardiac (assist devices for low resource countries) and laser therapy for neurological restoration. My team works on well curated genetic biobanks and bioinformatics to better understand gene-environment drivers of cardiovascular disease, arrhythmias, neuological pathology and obesity risk. In my group there is also a team working to better understand and improve clinical trial designs in complementary medicine and mental health.  I have 2 students exploring models of mental health care for emotional dysregulation within and outside the medical model.  Finally I currently assist 2 NGOs in a voluntary capacity, these NGO's are based in Nepal and Kenya respectively and generating interesting research opportunities. 


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