Zan is a Ph.D. student at Johns Hopkins University in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics. He completed his B.A. in Mathematics at New York University along with minors in Chemistry and Film Production. Zan’s undergraduate research at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences focused on modeling and simulation of physiological systems. After graduating in 2020, he worked as a research associate at Yale School of Medicine’s Neurology Department performing quantitative analysis of EEG recordings of temporal lobe seizures. In the Trayanova Lab, Zan plans to use computer models and machine learning techniques to better understand and treat cardiovascular events.
Outside of the lab, you can find Zan on the golf course or recording fingerstyle electric guitar music. Please feel free to reach out to Zan (email@example.com) if you’d like to learn more about the lab.