Josh Dian

Josh Dian

Josh is currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. His research focuses on the application of signal processing and control techniques to bioengineering problems. He is currently working in the exciting field of optogenetics, combining electrical, optical and physiological tools to tackle outstanding problems in epilepsy research. He has taught at DEEP for seven years and was involved in competitive collegiate robotics for four years. In his spare time he enjoys tennis, running and exploring Toronto.

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