North Campus Research Complex
2800 Plymouth Road, Bldg. 10-A109-A
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Max is currently an undergraduate at the University of Michigan, studying Computer Science and Biochemistry with a focus in bioinformatics. Before coming to the Najarian Lab, he worked at R.L. Polk and Co. in Southfield, MI, where he designed high-throughput clustering algorithms. He came to the Najarian Lab looking for a way to combine his interests in big data and biology, and he quickly found his fit. At the Lab, much of his work has been devoted to signal processing. He developed a windowless, signal-agnostic filtering method to remove the unpredictable noise caused by patient motion in almost every clinical biosignal, and is currently working to create a real-time user-friendly framework for automatic hemorrhage detection and rating system. He looks forward to continuing work at the Najarian Lab and to a career in medical informatics.