Joshua Lewis, Ph.D.
Thesis: Genome-Scale Modeling of Redox Metabolism and Therapeutic Response in Radiation-Resistant Tumors
Current Position: Medical Student, Emory School of Medicine
Chad Glen, Ph.D.
Thesis: Investigating the Role of Intercellular Communication on Spatial Differentiation Through Agent-Based Modeling
Current Position: Lead Data Scientist, Humana
Luye He, Ph.D.
Thesis: Microfluidic Platforms and Multivariate Analysis for Studying Immune Cell Signaling
Current Position: Senior Data Scientist, Nielsen
Linda Kippner, Ph.D.
Thesis: Investigating the Functional Consequences of Heterogeneity Within Immune Cell Populations
Current Position: Research Scientist, Marcus Center for Therapeutic Cell Characterization and Manufacturing
Ariel Kniss, M.D., Ph.D.
Thesis: Analysis of Calcium and Hydrogen Peroxide Frequency Responses in T Cells at Single-Cell Resolution via Microfluidic Traps
Current Position: Diagnostic Radiology Resident, Massachusetts General Hospital
Adam Prasanphanich, M.D., Ph.D.
Thesis: Dynamic Redox Signaling During TGF-Beta-Induced Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition
Current Position: Diagnostic Radiology Resident, University of Cincinnati
Douglas White, Ph.D.
Thesis: Analyzing Multicellular Interactions: A Hybrid Computational and Biological Pattern Recognition Approach
Current Position: Director, Data & Analytics at Slalom
Gaurav Dwivedi, Ph.D.
Thesis: Computational Modeling of the IL-4 Pathway to Understand Principles of Systemic Redox Regulation in Cell Signaling
Current Position: Associate Scientific Director, Takeda Pharmaceuticals
Catherine A. Rivet, Ph.D.
Thesis: Impaired Signaling in Senescing T Cells: Investigation of the Role of Reactive Oxygen Species Using Microfluidic Platforms and Computational Modeling
Current Position: Managing Director and Partner, Boston Consulting Group
Nnenna A. Finn, Ph.D.
Thesis: Role of Redox Systems in Doxorubicin Metabolism and Doxorubicin-Mediated Cell Signaling: A Computational Analysis
Current Position: Senior Medical Director, PeerScience Group