Parisa Yousefi Zowj joined ISyE on August 15, 2020 as a lecturer.
Her research focuses on developing multiresolution analytical tools, including wavelets and autocorrelation shells for signal and image processing with applications in medical decision making. She has also been working on Bayesian methods for modeling genetic consequences of the transatlantic slave trade. She is an ISyE teaching fellow.
Yousefi Zowj received a B.S. in statistics from Payam-e-Noor University in Iran, an M.S. in statistics from Azad University in Iran, and an M.S. in applied statistics from ISyE. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in bioinformatics at Georgia Tech.