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Hossein Khiabanian is an Assistant Professor of Pathology in Medical
Informatics. He received his Ph.D. in
Physics from Brown University, where he studied galaxy clusters and
dark matter structures, using weak gravitational lensing. Prior to joining Rutgers,
Hossein was a member of the Departments of Systems Biology and Biomedical
Informatics at Columbia University. He is
Mohammad Hadigol is an NJCCR Postdoctoral Fellow at the Rutgers Cancer Institute. He received his Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Colorado Boulder, focusing on uncertainty quantification of high-dimensional stochastic problems with applications to Lithium-ion batteries. At Rutgers, he is developing diagnostic pipelines using calibrated deep-sequencing techniques. He enjoys hiking and backpacking.
Nahed Jalloul is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Rutgers Cancer Institute. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Rennes 1, where she designed a system of acquisition and movement analysis for detecting the presence of a major motor dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease patients. As a postdoc, she developed a clinical trial protocol to validate this system. Before joining Rutgers, Nahed was a lecturer at the American University of Beirut. Her personal interests include sports, and spending time with family and friends.
Amartya Singh is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Rutgers University. His research interests in Physics are in low dimensional quantum magnetism. He is now working on clinically relevant computational approaches to understand the systems level biology of cancer. He is co-advised by Prof. Gyan Bhanot.
Jui Wan Loh is an NJCCR Pre-doctoral Fellow and a Ph.D. candidate in the Graduate Program of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics at Rutgers University. Her research interests are in developing computational modeling approaches to study cancer. She will particularly focus on investigating evolution of leukemia in patients as well as animal models. She enjoys swimming and biking.
Srinivas Rajagopalan is an undergraduate researcher studying Biomathematics at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. He is planning on pursuing further graduate study in the field of computational biology in order to study cancer genomics. In his free time, he enjoys playing Spikeball (a unique cross of volleyball and Foursquare) and long distance running, as well as solving problems in number theory.
Caitlin Guccione is an undergraduate at the Universtiy of Rhode Island and a 2018 DIMACS fellow. She is studying mathematics and computer science along with pursuing a masters degree in applied mathematics.
Simon Bird is an undergraduate at the Rutgers University School of Arts and Sciences and a 2017 DIMACS fellow. He is studying mathematics, and plans to pursue a graduate degree in applied mathematics.
Anthony Fratella-Calabrese is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences. Anthony is now a medical student at Rutgers NJMS.
The lab is affiliated with the Department of Physics and Astronomy, the Molecular Biosciences Graduate Programs, the Institute for Quantitative Biomedicine, and the Center for Quantitative Biology at Rutgers University.
There are currently openings in the group for a postdoctoral scientist, and graduate students with a background in quantitative sciences and knowledge of programming and statistical analysis. Please contact us for further information; include in your email your CV and a brief description of your background and interests.