Reham Badawy

Research Associate in Applied Mathematics

School of Engineering & Applied Science

One of Aston's developing researchers, award-winning Reham has a first class honours BSc in Neuroscience and Smart Systems. 
She is undertaking interdisciplinary research using advanced statistical machine learning techniques for medical applications. This includes using non-invasive smartphones to detect Parkinson’s disease long before physicians can confidently diagnose it. 
Passionate about engaging with the non-scientific community, she has presented her research to the House of Commons.
Media experience
  • Reham is available to comment both on written and broadcast media. She is a STEM editor and UK ambassador with Women are Boring.  
Areas of expertise
  • Use of advanced statistical machine learning 
  • Use of smartphones to detect Parkinson's disease.
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To book an interview, contact Rebecca Hume on 0121 204 5159 or r.hume@aston.ac.uk