Dr. Lankarany is a Scientist at the Krembil Research Institute – University Health Network (UHN), an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto (Institute of Biomedical Engineering & Department of Physiology), and an Affiliate Scientist at the KITE-UHN. Dr. Lankarany has expertise in computational neuroscience, electrical engineering, and data science. His research is directed toward understanding how information processing is disrupted in neurological disorders and how neurostimulation technology can restore normal brain function. He has made several significant contributions to the fields of computational neuroscience and wearable technology. In 2019, Dr. Lankarany discovered a new neural code in the brain that enables multiplexing sensory information, a coding strategy similar to that used in cellphones. Recently, Dr. Lankarany published research modeling the cellular impact of deep brain stimulation on basal ganglia neurons. He has produced more than 50 peer-reviewed publications and has given more than 15 invited presentations and research talks at scientific meetings and academic research institutions in Canada, the US, and Europe.