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My research interest is computational modeling of human brain activity from neural signals measured using non-invasive neuroimaging techniques. In my PhD dissertation I investigated the relationship between neural activity and the hemodynamics response using system identification methods. This relationship called neurovascular coupling is a complex biophysical process that is critical for normal functioning of the brain. I am also interested in developing signal processing tools for analyzing and interpreting neuroimaging signals, which could help in the clinical diagnosis of neurological disorders.