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Dr Omar Ibrahim is an early career researcher, who has recently began his first postdoctoral fellowship in Multiple Sclerosis research within the Department of Neuroscience at Monash University in the Neuroimmunology, Genomics and Prognostics (Jokubaitis) research group. He has strong expertise in bioinformatics, neuroscience and machine learning.

Dr Ibrahim completed his PhD in 2020 at the Genomics Research Centre, Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, Queensland University of Technology in neurogenomics using machine learning approaches. He has developed analytical pipelines that integrate omics data and advanced non-linear analysis methods such as machine and deep learning. Following his PhD, he undertook a placement position as a Data Scientist for a start-up company (Byte IQ) where he developed artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to predict mental health outcomes in clinical settings. He also has a graduate certificate of Biotechnology and received his Honours in Behavioural Science. During his undergraduate degree in Cairo, he was awarded an honours being recognised on the Dean’s List.

Research area keywords

  • Genomics
  • AI
  • Neurodegeneration
  • Neuroimmunolgy


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