From Coursework

Signal Pathways

My PhD research work has provided me with experience in working on mechanical signals in cardiac tissue. By combining the experience I have gained through research and coursework, I am interested on working on applications of both electrical and mechanical signals.

Mechanical Forces and Biology

My PhD research is based on mechanical forces acting on cardiac cells and generating computer simulations of mechanotransduction.

I would like to learn and gain hands on experience in mechanical signals acting on cellular level and organ level

During PhD coursework I have studied applying linear and nonlinear dynamics to understand problems in biological systems such as population dynamics, cell migration and growth of tumors.

PhD Coursework

Modeling Complex Systems, Radiation Biophysics, Theoretical Physics, Thermodynamics, Quantum Mechanics

Selected BSc Coursework

Classical Mechanics, Nuclear Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Vibrations, Mechanics and Properties of Matter, Microprocessors and Computer Interfacing.


Selected BSc Coursework

Introduction to Statistical Software, Nonparametric Statistics, Regression Analysis, Data Analysis I and II, Statistical Interference, Distribution Theory, Elements of Sampling.

Software Skills

MATLAB (5 years experience)


Mathematica (3 years experience)

FSL (FMRIB Software Library)

UCL Camino Diffusion MRI Toolkit


Microsoft Office

Operating Systems


Linux (Fedora, Ubuntu)

Mathematical Modeling and Computer Simulations

Two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) mathematical modeling using numerical methods (Finite Difference Analysis)


Image Reduction Analysis Facility (IRAF)


Astronomical Data Reduction