Ameer Ghouse

I joined the Computational Physiology and Neuro-cardiovascular intelligence lab at Research Center E. Piaggio in 2019 as a PhD student. My research is a part of the Skolodowska-Curie Actions project RHUMBO.

The focus of my research primarily lies in developing and engineering robust models and statistical methods for deriving novel biomarkers for analyzing cognitive states emerging from complex and nonlinear brain dynamics.

Some interests of mine include complex systems, statistical models, causal analysis, functional connectivity and physiological modeling.