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Gholamali (Ali) Rahnavard
Ranojoy has a master in Computer Science from Kansas State University, with his specialization on recommendation system. Ranojoy is currently working as a software developer in the Rahnavard Lab
Abhigya got a BS degree in Biological Sciences from University of Maryland, College Park and is pursuing a Master in Public Health with a focus on Biostatistics from George Washington University. Currently, his work in the lab involves helping with the development of deepath, a tool for pathway enrichment analysis of omics datasets.
Allen is a PhD student in Biostatistics at George Washington University and a Data Scientist at The MITRE Corporation. His current research focuses on applying machine learning methods to liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry data. He holds an MS in Computer Science from Georgia Tech and a Master of Biostatistics from Duke University
PhD Student of Biostatistics
Oluwadamilola (Dami) Oke
Master's Student of Biomedical Engineering
Dami has a background in Biology and earned her MSc from Purdue University where she concentrated on Immunology and Diseases. She is pursuing an MSc in Biomedical Engineering and will be involved in the Rahnavard Lab starting this fall 2020.
(Joint with Keith Crandall)
Tyson is a second-year PhD student in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences: Genomics and Bioinformatics Program. He graduated from Brigham Young University in 2019 with a degree in bioinformatics, minoring in computer science. His projects involve integrating the analysis of omics data with machine learning tools.
PhD student of Genomics and Bioinformatics
Graduate Student of Master's of Public Health (MPH)
Brennan has a nursing background where she specialized in hematology/oncology and stem cell transplant, her PhD explored dyadic interdependent health among cancer survivors and their partners. She is an MPH candidate at GW's Milken Institute School of Public Health and a postdoctoral fellow at the National Cancer Institute. She is learning about metabolomics data analysis through her role in the Rah lab.
Pranay is pursuing a Master in Computer Science with a focus on Machine Intelligence and Cognition from George Washington University. Currently, his work in the lab involves helping with the development of Machine Learning algorithms for the analysis of omics datasets.
Master's student of Computer Science
Vishesh completed his BS in Biology at GWU and is currently pursuing a master's degree in Computer Science. He is interested in the intersection of deep learning techniques and omics data.
Master's Student of Computer Science
Wen is a graduate student, focusing on Biostatistics in Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University. Wen got her Bachelor degree in Statistics from GWU. Currently Wen is working on metabolomics using R package
Wendy Hui Wen
Master's student of Public Health
Muzhe Guo is the PhD student at GW studying Statistics. Muzhe earned his Master degree in Statistics from the University of Michigan. Muzhe's research interests are deep learning, machine learning, and statistics.
PhD Student of Statistics
Hyunjae has a background is Applied Mathematics and Statistics at Stony Brook University. Cho has a master's in Statistics at the George Washington University. Cho focuses are data curation on omics data and analysis
Master's student of Statistics and Data Science
Sanika is a senior at GW studying Public Health and pursuing minors in Applied Mathematics and Bioinformatics. My project at the lab focuses on characterizing interactions between microbiomes and human hosts.
Undergraduate Student of Public Health and minors in Applied Mathematics and Bioinformatics.
Haegi is a junior at GW majoring in Public Health and minoring in Bioinformatics. Haegi project involves applying computational techniques to process omics data.
Undergraduate Student in Public Health and minors in Bioinformatics.
Teah is a senior studying Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Bioinformatics. Her project focuses on metabolite clustering from Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS) data.
Eleanor is a research intern at GW and an undergraduate student double major in computer science and biology at Kalamazoo College. Her project focuses on SARS-CoV-2 genomes in association with clinical and epidemiological data.
Eleanor S. Carr
Undergraduate Student double major in Computer Science and Biology
Jonny is a sophomore at GW studying Public Health and pursuing a minor in Bioinformatics. Jonny's project focuses on the Inflammatory Bowel Disease, performing functional metabolic analysis using metabolite and microbial species genes.
Undergraduate Student in Public Health
Undergraduate Student in Biomedical Engineering
Joint with Igor Efimov
Rita is a Ph.D. student in the Singer Lab. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. She got her MS from Auburn University, Alabama She is now interested in the dynamics of infections investigating how the microbiome is influenced by Giardia lamblia infections.
PhD Student of Biomedical Engineering
Kevin Fenton, Graduate Student (09/01/2019-15/01/2020) - Now Master's student at GW
Shaho Alaee, Graduate Student (097/01/2020-01/01/2021) - Now at Booz Allen Tech Solutions