Brief bio

A computer scientist by training, I specialize in medical image analysis methodology with applications to neuroimaging, cardiac imaging, chest and abdominal imaging. I obtained a PhD degree in Computer Science from McGill University. I pursued a post-doctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School from 2008 to 2010, following which I joined the faculty at Harvard Medical School, first as Instructor 2010-2015, and then as an Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Radiology in 2015. I then joined the faculty in the Department of Diagnostic Radiology at McGill University in 2016 as Assistant Professor. In addition, I am an associate member of the School of Computer Science and an associate member of the Medical Physics Unit at McGill.