Mallick Lab

~ translating multi-omic discovery into precision diagnostics ~
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Me


Parag Mallick

Parag received his BS in Computer Science and Biochemistry at Washington University in St. Louis.  He then completed his doctoral studies with David Eisenberg at UCLA. After his PhD, he trained with Ruedi Aebersold in clinical proteomics and systems biology at the Institute for Systems Biology.  


Current Stanford Peeps


 

Ravali Adusumilli, Bioinformaticist

Ravali received her masters in Bioinformatics at Northeastern University and then worked for several years at Dana Farber Cancer Center as a Bioinformatics Analyst. She is interested in developing tools and pipelines for multi-omic analysis

Jamie Anderson, Administrative Associate

Jamie Anderson has a degree in Sports and Leisure Management from Harvard.  She has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro three times and works to save puppies on the weekends.

Michelle Atallah, Cancer Bio Graduate Student

Michelle received her BS in Biology from Yale University. After graduation she spent two years working in clinical research at Nodality, developing diagnostics for autoimmune diseases and cancer. She is interested in tumor immunology and its applications in cancer immunotherapy and early cancer detection.

Hunter Boyce, Biomedical Informatics Graduate Student

Hunter received his BS in Bioinformatics from University of California, San Diego. He is interested in the application of statistical modeling and machine learning to integrate multi-omic data in order to understand proteome dynamics. He is also broadly interested in human-computer interaction and reproducibility in science.

Michelle Hori

 

Michelle Hori, Research Assistant

Michelle trained in Biology and Psychology at UCSD. She enjoys cell culture, mouse work and fixing broken mass spectrometers.

Gautam Machiraju

 

Gautam Machiraju, Bioinformatics Research Assistant

Gautam received his B.A. in Applied Mathematics from University of California, Berkeley. He is interested in both building bioinformatics tools based on scientific need, as well as tackling problems through the study of relevant biological systems, the iterative design of mathematical models to describe those systems, and the software implementation of said models into analytical applications

 

Seema Sharma, Honorary Labbie

Seema received her PhD in Chemistry from Rutgers University. She then completed a postdoctoral fellowship in analytical chemistry with Richard D. Smith at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

 

 

Joanna Sylman, BDSTEP Post-Doctoral Fellow

Joanna received her PhD in Chemical and Biological Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. She is interested in Big Data, Platelet Biology and Kiehl's products.

   

Alumn Types and CAMM Folks


 

Mohamad Abbani
Mohamad Abbani

Assistant Professor, El Camino College

Dario Amodei
Dario Amodei

Deep learning group, Baidu

Chris Behrens
Chris Behrens

Scientist at Igenica Biotherapeutics

Rob Burke
Rob Burke

Director of Software Engineering at Deep6 Analytics

Fiona Chandra
Fiona Chandra

Postdoctoral Fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Jarrett Egertson
Jarrett Egertson

Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Washington

Colin Flinders
Colin Flinders

Postdoctoral Fellow at USC

Rob Grothe
Rob Grothe

Systems Engineer at Pacific Biosciences

Kate Hoff
Kate Hoff

Mathematics Instructor at Northfield Mount Hermon

Mike Janis
Mike Janis

Director of Strategic Marketing at Agilent Technologies

Kian Kani
Kian Kani

Assistant Professor, USC

Kermit The Frog
Kermit The Frog

Celebrity

Darren Kessner
Darren Kessner

Math and Computer Science Teacher at Marlborough School

Roland Luethy
Roland Luethy

Assistant Director, Bioinformatics at Agensys

Emily Moin
Emily Moin

Product Operations and Escalations Manager at Google

Shannon Mumenthaler
Shannon Mumenthaler

Assistant Professor, USC

Peeps
Peeps

Peeps, oddly resilient and hard-working marshmallow creatures

Maryann Vogelsang
Maryann Vogelsang

Director of Clinical Proteomics and Bioinformatics at Nuclea Biotechnologies

Damien Wood
Damien Wood
Godwin Yung
Godwin Yung

Bioinformatics PhD student at Harvard University

Justin Carden
Justin Carden