Ati Ghoreyshi has a wealth of experience in data science, algorithms and biomedical engineering. In 2022, they began their current role as VP of Data Science at Octave Bioscience. Prior to this, they served as an Advisor at Microsfere Technologies, Inc. from 2019. From 2018-2019, they were the Algorithms and Data Science Lead & Manager - Devices, digital endpoints, RWE and insights at Verily Life Sciences, where they identified market-differentiating solutions to healthcare problems. From 2017-2018, Ati was the Director of Algorithms and Data Science at Motiv Inc, where they developed sleep detection and restlessness algorithms. From 2015-2017, they were a Senior Research Scientist at Fitbit. From 2014-2015, Ati was a Senior R&D Scientist at Auris Surgical Robotics, where they identified market-differentiating opportunities to solve medical robotics problems. From 2012-2014, they were an Algorithm Engineer - R&D Technology Boards at Masimo Corporation, where they developed signal processing, machine learning, tracking, estimation, and classification algorithms for non-invasive patient monitoring devices. From 2011-2012, Ati was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Southern California. From 2007-2011, they were a Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant at McGill University, where they developed an algorithm to simultaneously identify and classify a multi-input hybrid system's response, hypothesized and proved an interconnected structure of the human oculomotor system, and invented HybELS (Hybrid Extended Least Squares) for multi-input hybrid system identification. From 2005-2007, Ati was a Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant at Johns Hopkins University, where they developed a method to simultaneously segment and register dynamic cardiac MR images, created a new method for dynamic texture segmentation in videos, segmented and registered cardiac CT images, and instructed students for the "Models for Life" undergraduate course.
Ati Ghoreyshi received a BSc in Electrical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology from 1999 to 2004. In 2005, Ghoreyshi attended The Johns Hopkins University, where they obtained an MSE in Biomedical Engineering in 2007. Ghoreyshi then attended McGill University and obtained a PhD in Biomedical Engineering in 2011. In 2015, Ghoreyshi received a certificate of participation from the Cleveland Clinic for the 9th Annual Navigational Bronchoscopy Summit: Targeted Diagnostics and Targeted Therapeutics.
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February, 2022 - present