This Bioinformatic, from University of Malaysia, will work on the classification of Alzheimer’s disease using segmented magnetic resonance images.

Gopinathaan Rajamohan has joined the BISITE research group for an intership. Gopinathaan, from Malaysia carried out a Bachelor of Computer Science (Bioinformatics) and currently is pursuing a Master of Philosophy (Computer Science) by research at Artificial Intelligence and Bioinformatics Group (AIBIG). He is working on the Improvement of independent component analysis-based classification of Alzheimer’s disease using segmented magnetic resonance images.

He comes from the AIBIG research group of the Software Engineering Department, Faculty of Computing (FC), at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) that is currently leaded by ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DR. MOHD SABERI BIN MOHAMAD. AIBIG is being active in several scientific research areas for the past 10 years including, but are not limited to: algorithms, computational models for molecular biology, computer architecture, databases, distributed systems, machine learning, natural and spoken language, parallel systems, programming languages, robotics, scientific computing, semantic web, software and software agent, synthetic biology of computation, and verification.

During Research Internship at BISITE will carried out his work with me and with the rest of the members working on Alzheimer and other diseases classification.

Posted by Juan M. Corchado

Vicerrector de Investigación y Transferencia - Universidad de Salamanca // Vice President for Research and Technology Transfer - University of Salamanca

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