Melek is a fellow at the Neuro-Epidemiology and Ageing Research Unit at Imperial College. Melek is a physician, biostatistician, and public health professional with expertise in clinical informatics and global health innovation. His research integrates clinical informatics, clinical computing and data modelling. Dr Melek is also a visiting research fellow at Centre for Health Economics and Policy Innovation at Imperial Business School; where he is the instructor of the course Health Informatics and Management for the MSc in International Health Management and Intercalated BSc. He is also the associate director of the centre for Cryptocurrency Research and Engineering at Imperial College and focuses on applying Distributed Ledger Technologies in Healthcare and Life Sciences.
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