Maryam is a M.Sc. student in Applied Neuroscience at King’s College London. Her research interest focuses on EEG-based detection of brain functions. She is also interested in analysing and designing machine learning algorithms for database systems and patterns of neural networks. Alongside her M.Sc., she engages in machine learning development skills using Python.
Previously, she successfully completed courses at Oxford University College related to critical thinking and problem-solving, which helped her enhance her analytical skills, value, and worthiness of information to integrate and create new patterns for research.
In 2018 she supported an initiative of the UK Government through the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) related to mental health in the workplace. The aim was to study how Mindfulness can sustain employees with their cognitive and mental capabilities. She supported research in association with a large UK-based automotive manufacturer to assess the impact that Mindfulness has on the mental health and wellbeing of employees in the workplace.
After completing her first university degree, she deepened her understanding in neuroscience research. During her work as a clinic manager, she applied a holistic approach to the wellbeing of the clients while she was responsible for programs design and development, as well as to advance diverse professionals. Maryam started a joint venture in Dubai, before moving to England to follow her passion in the field of neuroscience.