Dr. Mohammad Imtiaz has a multi-disciplinary background in the area of electrical engineering and medicine having earned a Bachelors of Electrical Engineering from Wichita State in Witchita, Kansas, USA; Master of Electrical Engineering from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, USA; and a Ph.D. Faculty of Medicine from the University of Newcastle in Australia. He has been an active researcher in these disciplines since 2003. During his role in academia, he has supervised Ph.D. candidates, Masters, Honors, and Bachelor students. His laboratory at Bradley University engages in applying mathematical and computational methods to advance the understanding in the areas of medical and life sciences. Currently, his active research projects consist of Computational Cardiology, artificial intelligence, and machine learning projects to support clinical, medical, and physiology applications. Outside of Bradley University, he participates in research efforts with the Australian government and the non-for-profit OSF HealthCare organization, which is regionally recognized as a top hospital in the Midwest.