In 2018, I completed my PhD at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL). My PhD thesis focused on simultaneously ensuring privacy and interoperability when sharing and aggregating sensitive healthcare data. I studied the application requirements from practical and legal perspectives and developed the algorithms and frameworks to support dynamic and privacy-preserving data sharing, exchange, and aggregation from multiple data sources. In 2012, I received my MSc in Information Security from Moscow Engineer Physics Institute (NRNU MEPhI).
Since 2016, in collaboration with Stony Brook University and Stony Brook University Hospital in the USA, I am working on the application of the permissioned blockchain technology for consent management when sharing healthcare data for primary care and research.
From 2019 on, I am a docent at the Lucerne University of Applied Science (HSLU). I also work part-time as a consultant at Swisscom, in the framework of blockchain-related projects.