Frederic Commandeur, PhD, graduated in signal processing from the University of Rennes 1, France. He obtained his doctorate in 2016 working on cancer imaging. Since January 2017, he has been a member of the Dey Laboratory. His research aim is to develop machine and deep learning algorithms for cardiac imaging.
Markus Goeller, MD, PhD, graduated with a medical degree from the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Concurrent with his medical studies, he earned his doctorate in medicine with the distinction magna cum laude. Since 2014, Goeller has been a resident of cardiology under the supervision of Stephan Achenbach, MD, PhD, in the Department of Cardiology, University Hospital Erlangen, Germany. His special interest in the Dey Laboratory is researching cardiac computerized tomography.
Priscilla McElhinney, BS, graduated from UCLA with a degree in physiological science. During her time at UCLA, she was a research associate in Ronald Reagan Hospital facilitating clinical trial enrollment of stroke patients. She completed further stroke research examining magnetic resonance images of the brain. Since September 2018, Priscilla has worked in Dr. Dey’s lab to research cardiac computed tomography angiography.
Aryabod Razipour, MD, received his Bachelor of Science in biochemistry from UCLA and his medical degree from Universidad Central del Este. Since December 2009, he has worked with Professor Matthew J. Budoff, MD, world renowned cardiologist at LA BioMed/Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. As a result, he published 3 peer reviewed journal articles; 16 peer reviewed journal abstracts; 16 poster presentations; 1 peer reviewed online publication. In November 2017, Razipour joined Dr. Dey’s Laboratory to research cardiac computed tomography angiography. Our research aim is to develop machine and deep learning algorithms for cardiac imaging. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and traveling.