Luka Milosevic received his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Toronto, after which he pursued a Postdoctoral Fellowship at University of Tübingen Institute for Neuromodulation and Neurotechnology, Germany. He is currently a Scientist at the Krembil Research Institute, Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto Institute of Biomedical Engineering, and an Affiliate Scientist at the KITE Research Institute. Dr. Milosevic also plays a clinical role monitoring patients’ brain activity to guide the placement of deep brain stimulation devices at the Toronto Western Hospital. His research is at the intersection of biomedical engineering and human neurophysiology and the focus of his program is on the development of novel data-driven methods of brain stimulation to treat individuals with neurological disorders. Dr. Milosevic’s research focuses on the application of biomedical signal processing, machine learning, and computational modelling techniques in the context of human brain research. The main interests of his research include neurophysiological mechanisms of action of deep brain stimulation, synaptic plasticity, and pathophysiological processes in Parkinson’s disease and other neurological disorders.