University of Oxford
Saed Khawaldeh is a researcher of Neuroscience, Neurotechnology and Biomedical Engineering. His areas of interest include developing neurotechnological applications through integrating neuroimaging techniques, brain stimulation methods, and artificial intelligence. In 2014, Khawaldeh held an internship at MIT Media Lab (U.S.A.). In early 2015, was a research intern at the National Magnetic Resonance Research Center of Turkey and a teaching assistant at Bilkent University (Turkey). Afterwards, he worked as a research and teaching assistant at Istanbul Sehir and Bogazici Universities (Turkey). In summer 2016, he was a research intern at MPI for Biological Cybernetics (Germany). In Sep 2016, he worked on a research project at the French national centre for scientific research. He was a research intern at NASA medical Informatics (USA) and a research assistant at Aalto University (Finland). In January 2018, Khawaldeh joined the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Oxford, where he is currently pursuing his PhD studies between the Medical Research Council for Brain Network Dynamics and the Oxford Center for Human Brain Activity focusing on innovating the deep brain stimulation system mainly for Parkinson disorder patients.