Adjunct Professor at University of British Columbia
Senior Biostatistician at the Rick Hansen Institute
Biography & Research Interest:
Dr. Nader Fallah is a biostatistician at the Rick Hansen Institute and adjunct professor in the Department of Medicine at University of British Columbia. He obtained his PhD in biostatistics and postdoctoral training in computational neuroscience. He was engaged in analyses of several Canadian and international epidemiological and longitudinal studies in order to develop risk profiles for people living with Alzheimer disease and spinal cord injury. The main focus of his current research includes patient outcomes following traumatic spinal cord injury and Alzheimer’s disease and also developing statistical and machine learning models.
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