Andreas graduated from UC Berkeley in 2014 with a B.A. degree in cognitive neuroscience. In his time at Berkeley, Andreas completed his honors thesis under Dr. Gil Rabinovici as an undergraduate researcher in the laboratory of William Jagust, assessing the function of PET biomarkers in the diagnosis and disease course of Alzheimer’s disease and frontotemporal dementia. Andreas also worked as an undergraduate research fellow in the laboratory of Dr. Liana Apostolova at the UCLA Mary S. Easton Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center.
Since graduating, Andreas has joined the UCSF Memory and Aging Center as a Clinical Research Coordinator, working under Dr. Gil Rabinovici at the MAC and in the Jagust Lab at the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute at UC Berkeley. Andreas coordinates the group's PET imaging projects and clinical trials, focusing on clinical phenotypes of disease and their relation to FDG, amyloid, and tau PET imaging measures. Outside of the world of neurology, you can find Andreas riding his bike from cafe to cafe throughout the East Bay and catching a local live show whenever possible.