a computational scientist with research experience in systems biology, stochastic processes, information theory and network theory. Currently, I am a research faculty at the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center. My previous position was at the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
My recent research outputs include, constructing communication network models for biological pathways, elucidating the information gain through the central dogma of molecular biology, and assessing the sensitivity of cell viability assays to cell proliferation. In the past I have worked on the connection between information transfer and fitness for genetic sensors, and how phenotypes depend on the topology of large gene networks. Before switching to biology I used to work on computational biomaterials, where I developed reaction-diffusion modeling of polymer network growth. Check out more under research.
Ph.D. from Cornell University, 2013
Major: Civil & Environmental Engineering
B.Tech. from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, 2007
Major: Civil Engineering.
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