Faculté de Médecine
Département des sciences cliniques
GIGA CRC In vivo Imaging - Aging & Memory

ULiège address
Bât. B30 GIGA CRC In vivo Imaging - Aging & Memory
Quartier Agora
allée du 6 Août 8
4000 Liège
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University degrees
2023: Ph.D. (Université de Liège)
2015: Master (Iran University of Science and Technology)
2013: Bachelor (Iran University of Science and Technology)


I hold a Ph.D. from GIGA, CRC-IVI Unit, University of Liege, with a focus on the multivariate analysis of various brain imaging techniques, including structural MRI, quantitative MRI, and UCB-H PET. My doctoral research, conducted from 2020 to 2023, delves into the application of multivariate analysis in investigating image-derived biomarkers of aging and Alzheimer's disease. This work builds upon my previous academic achievements and experiences.

I earned my bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics from the Iran University of Science and Technology in the period of 2009-2013. Subsequently, I pursued a master's degree, specializing in Mathematical Statistics, during the years 2013-2015, where I worked on "Statistical Tests of Anisotropy for Rough Textures: Application to Full-Field Digital Mammography".

Following the completion of my master's degree, I contributed to the image processing field as a research assistant at the Neuroimaging and Analysis Group (NIAG) within the Tehran University of Medical Sciences from 2017 to 2020. During this period, I conducted fMRI analysis and characterized MRI images in k-space, deepening my knowledge and expertise in the realm of neuroimaging.

My academic journey has equipped me with a strong foundation in mathematics, statistics, and image processing. These experiences have enabled me to pursue advanced research in the field of brain imaging, contributing significantly to the understanding of aging and dementia through the application of multivariate analysis.

I look forward to continuing my contributions to the field and am excited about the opportunities that lie ahead in my academic and research endeavors.