He is a senior research associate at Khalifa University. He has strong experience in modeling physical and pharmaceutical processes. He had done his Ph.D. at Imperial College London from 2014 to 2018. His Ph.D. was focused on developing multi-compartmental mathematical models for acute and chronic leukemia which can be used for personalised medicine. Next, he continued as a research associate at KU Leuven until 2020, where he modelled a continuous antisolvent crystallizer operated with ultrasound and studied its scale up with CFD and the design of a controller computationally. Now, he joined the Department of Mathematics at Khalifa University for achieving better clinical predictions by combining both mechanistic modeling and machine learning in patient-specific diseases, like transplantations, living therapies, and cancer.