Dr. Ebrahimi's scholarly interest revolves around the exploration of the plausibility of deriving kinetic insights from statistical attributes. This intellectual pursuit relies heavily on discerning correlations between patterns and spatial arrangements of pathological biomarkers, and the dynamic kinetics of the underlying system. The primary objective of Dr. Ebrahimi's research is to develop sophisticated methodologies that shed light on the intricate dynamics of physiological microenvironments, particularly with regard to unraveling the complexities associated with cancer. This entails the identification and analysis of phenotypes, exploring their interconnections and interactions, and scrutinizing potential emergent behaviors that may arise from these intricate interplays.
Opportunities exist for students keen on spatiotemporal models for dynamic biological systems.