I am an Engineer with a degree in Applied physics from Chalmers University of Technology. I work as a PhD student since 2016 in the imaging group in the Division of Clinical Geriatrics led by Eric Westman. I have previously worked in the medtech industry as a research engineer developing tools for stroke diagnosis using microwave technology.
2012 - 2014, M.Sc. in Applied Physics from Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg
2009 - 2012, B.Sc. in Engineering Physics from Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg
My research is focused on developing computerized tools to extract useful information from structural and functional MRI. The main goal is to investigate how we can apply graph theory on medical images to facilitate earlier diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease and how these network properties changes during the progression of the disease.