THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
MSc | Statistical Research Analyst
Amin is a bioengineer and a research analyst at CORE since 2017. He currently contributes to clinical data analysis, whole-disease simulation modeling, and software development for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Amin has a multidisciplinary background in cost-effectiveness modeling, biomedical device development, bioprocess optimization, and stem cell therapies. He holds an MSc degree from University of Calgary, where he focused on developing adjuvant cell therapies for brain aneurysms. Amin is passionate about data science and improving quality of care using health data. He is also a photography enthusiast and an occasional contributor to Signals Blog where he covers advances in regenerative medicine.