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Al Rahrooh is a Ph.D. student in the Medical Informatics Program at UCLA interested in the novel applications of artificial intelligence and computational modeling to create clinically useful diagnostic tools that personalize therapy. Prior to joining UCLA, Al graduated summa cum laude from the University of Central Florida with a B.S in Biomedicine and minor in Political Science. During his undergraduate education Al conducted research on the reduction and extraction of information from EEG motion artifact data through machine learning algorithms and statistical classification to predict walking speed. Al currently works as the Director of Innovation for LeNgineer, an engineering services and R&D company contracted by NASA, to develop and automate the next generation of human space flight systems along with the exploration of biotechnology ventures.