I am a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Fellowship recipient working as a postdoctoral researcher in the Heart and Brain Group, under the supervision of Dr. Sana Suri. My research aims to understand how the co-occurrence of multiple chronic health conditions, termed multimorbidity, impacts neuroanatomy, cognitive decline, and dementia risk. I use a combination of multimodal magnetic resonance imaging and large-scale datasets to study this question.
Prior to my postdoctoral work, I completed a Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering Science at the University of Toronto. I obtained my PhD in Biological and Biomedical Engineering from McGill University while working at the Douglas Research Centre, where my work focused on analysis methods for multimodal magnetic resonance imaging data.
Clinical Performance Status and Technical Factors Affecting Outcomes from Percutaneous Transhepatic Biliary Interventions; A Multicentre, Prospective, Observational Cohort Study.
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