Fascinated by systems-wide research, he went to Canada to study at the University of Toronto. He first pursued his Master of Science degree in Cell and Systems Biology. He then earned his Ph.D. in Biochemistry in the lab of Dr. Walid Houry, with an emphasis on chaperone protein networks and proteolytic systems in response to stress. Kamran’s postdoctoral research was done in the lab of Dr. Cordula Enenkel, deciphering the role and composition of the proteasome storage granules. At Dewpoint, he is diving deep into condensatopathies to reveal novel interactomes and help drive effective drug treatments.