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Gabriel Davis Jones

BSc (Hons), MD


Medical Doctor, Computer Scientist and Clinical Researcher

  • Computer Scientist
  • Clinical Researcher
  • Software Developer

Biography

Gabriel is a computer scientist and clinical researcher with a keen interest in neurology and neuroscience. Gabriel completed his Bachelor of Science from the University of Melbourne in 2012 and went on to attain an Honours Degree (First Class) at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience & Mental Health and the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Professor Steven Petrou’s laboratory for Ion Channels and Human Diseases with research focusing on developing high-throughput workflows for the acquisition and analysis of large-scale neuronal networks as well as big data analysis of multielectrode arrays in cultured neuronal networks. During his medical training, he completed further research in neuroscience, with placements in neurology at UCSF and Oxford, where he developed epiRisk a clinical tool for estimating the risk of major congenital malformations in pregnant women with epilepsy.

He currently develops technologies that apply novel artificial intelligence methodologies to biomedical and clinical big data in order to better understand health and disease in local-to-global scalable systems and facilitate change in healthcare areas where technological innovation has traditionally proved difficult or cumbersome.