Elias Ebrahimzadeh was born in Tehran in 1984 and obtained his mathematics and physics diploma under the supervision of NODET (National Organization for Developing Exceptional Talent) in Tehran in 2003. He has received the B.Sc. Degree in Electronic Engineering in 2008, Tehran, and the M.Sc. Degree in Biomedical Engineering, Tehran, in 2011. He succeeds in Ranked 1st Admitted Ph.D. of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Tehran, 2014 and consequently, obtained Ranked 2nd among more than 1,000 Electrical Engineering students in the nationwide university entrance exam for a Ph.D. degree, 2014. He is a graduate Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, from the University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran (2019). During his Ph.D., his primary focus was on the localization of the epileptic foci using simultaneous EEG-fMRI recording in patients with epilepsy. Specifically, he developed a novel approach based on the ICA theory for this purpose. To enhance knowledge and experience and get ready to accomplish high-quality research, he joined a research team at the University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada, working on the same field as his Ph.D. thesis for his sabbatical as a scholar Ph.D. researcher. He also has a keen interest in research and education involving Neurosciences, biomedical signal processing, artificial neural network, statistical pattern recognition, system identification, bioelectromagnetic, machine learning, and image processing and he is fond of the interplay of these areas towards the study of the brain after his Ph.D. defense (2019 Sep.), he received a fully funded postdoctoral position at the OAKLAND UNIVERSITY, Detroit, Michigan from the US in the field of NMR. Then, he was working in the Neuroimaging Laboratory, (School of Cognitive Sciences, Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences IPM) as a postdoctoral research fellow applying multimodal techniques in the fields of Neuroscience and Neurophysics. Dr. Elias Ebrahimzadeh joined CLIC in Jun 2022 as a Research Fellow in CLIC’s Neuroimaging workgroup and is the main personnel in charge of CLIC’s MRI protocol. During his previous postdoc training, he has experience in designing and conducting simultaneous EEG-fMRI data acquisition during a cognitive task and is familiar with its applications to patients with epilepsy. He has authored or co-authored more than 50 publications in international journals.