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Roya Sheybani

Roya Sheybani, PhD Associate Director, Clinical Data Science Cytovale, Inc.  San Francisco, CA  Roya Sheybani, received her BSc, MSc, and PhD degrees in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. Her graduate research focused on the design and characterization of a wireless implantable drug delivery device for patient-tailored therapy. Following which, as the recipient of the inaugural Hibbitt Engineering post-doctoral fellowship at Brown University, her research entailed developing wearable biosensors and responsive hydrogels for wound management. At Cytovale, she is focused on applying machine learning and feature engineering tools, along with a deep gained knowledge of dysregulated immune system biology and clinical medicine from multiple clinical trials with hundreds of subjects, to develop and improve disease diagnostic models.Roya Sheybani, PhD
Associate Director, Clinical Data Science
Cytovale, Inc.
San Francisco, CA

Roya Sheybani, received her BSc, MSc, and PhD degrees in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. Her graduate research focused on the design and characterization of a wireless implantable drug delivery device for patient-tailored therapy. Following which, as the recipient of the inaugural Hibbitt Engineering post-doctoral fellowship at Brown University, her research entailed developing wearable biosensors and responsive hydrogels for wound management. At Cytovale, she is focused on applying machine learning and feature engineering tools, along with a deep gained knowledge of dysregulated immune system biology and clinical medicine from multiple clinical trials with hundreds of subjects, to develop and improve disease diagnostic models.

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