My research activities are comprehensive and comprise several fields. The key research area focuses on the development of the general theoretical, computational and experimental methodologies related to medicine and biological science. Using such a methods, I have discovered laboratory and cloud/web-based modes for monitoring, identification, and quantification of emerging infectious diseases. Current research focuses on developing new digital disease detection tools (“digital surveillance”) for detection bioterrorism-related epidemics.
Additionally, I am exploring addictive drugs and their relation to infectious diseases (drug-related infections). The nature and mechanisms of immunomodulation induced by such drugs of abuse are the subject of this exploration. I am using quantitative and qualitative techniques, interviews, and agency records data to analyze several hypotheses related to improving and implementation of substance misuse and HIV services for offenders. More explicitly, I am running on producing 2 computer-simulated tools (in silico testing) to support future risk assessments on new psychoactive substances.
Another field of my research field is about turning stem cell biology into stem cell medicine. This study spans molecular and cellular engineering approaches to study stem cells. This investigation includes: stem cell bioengineering, gene delivery systems, and molecular virology with applications in regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.