Leo Amai Zlobine-Greenberg
Leo Amai Zlobine-Greenberg was born on May 7th, 2022 at 1:28 PM weighing 6 lbs 13 oz.
The meaning of the name Leo Amai and why we chose this name for our son:
We chose Leo to commemorate my father whose name was Leonid.
Amai is a rare gender neutral name that isn’t tied to any one culture or geographic region. An estimated ~20 babies born in the U.S. in 2020 were named Amai.
Amai means love in Portuguese and Italian.
“MAI” is the month of May in Russian and in French – the month of his birth.
“AI” is “A” for Anastasia (his mom) and “I” for Igor (his dad). These initials – “AI” – are engraved in my engagement ring/wedding ring.
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new article on the NAFTA renegotiation and what it means for big data and the internet:
Happy to announce that I will be joining WilmerHale’s Intellectual Property Department in Boston in the fall of 2019. The IP group focuses on patent prosecution, counselling, and strategy for life sciences and tech companies. I am very fortunate to be joining a strong team of scientific and legal experts.
Check out a research brief I released from my work as a Google Public Policy Fellow at Niskanen Center:
Lighting A Path to Precision Medicine: Regulatory and Policy Implications of Optogenetic Technology
Check out my advice to the FDA on how to promote AI-based medical devices to usher innovative digital medicine well into the 21st century and beyond:
My interview on CTV discussing my recent study on applying electrical stimulation to enhance memory during sleep:
Check out the Regulatory Comments I submitted to the US FDA on the regulation of medical devices that use AI-based software.
Edmonton Journal article describing my new study showing how brain stimulation strengthens memories during sleep
Electrical stimulation may boost memory during sleep: U of A study
CBC article and radio interview about my research showing that stimulation during sleep improves memory:
Want to take a nap after class? Researchers say it might help with memory retention