In 2008, I recieved my BSc from New Mexico State University where I studied Electrical Engineering, Applied Mathematics and Computer Science. My undergraduate thesis was a historical analysis of first century Christian literature. In 2011 I recieved an MPhil in Information Engineering from the University of Cambridge (UK). My master's thesis showed how to extract complex mental representations using simple tasks. In 2018, I completed a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. My Ph.D. thesis (slides) describe methods for the prognostication of comas, after cardiac arrest.
Knowledge is the greatest wealth, and should be freely shared. I have organized several hackathons, contributed to reviews in my field, and helped teach courses on Machine Learning for Critical Care (HST.953 workshop, IAP.ML4CC slides + code). I was also an editor and author for a book on the secondary analysis of electronic health records (100,000+ downloads).
As an undergraduate, I recieved the Goldwater Scholarhship, and graduated as my school's Outstanding Engineer. I was the recipient of the Gates-Cambrdige scholarship, which generously funded my MPhil. As a doctoral student, I have been supported by competitive grants from the Salenrno Foundation, and the National Institutes of Health.
Copyright, Mohammad M. Ghassemi, 2017