We are looking for excellent graduate students and postdocs to join our group.
My main research interests involve the understanding of complex, interconnected and dynamic biological systems, and specifically the problems of inference and design connecting single cell identities and interactions to global structures and collaborative cellular ecosystems, using methods and ideas from computer science and physics (e.g. optimization, statistical physics, nonlinear dynamics, graph theory, and machine learning), and in addition, using biological processes as inspiration for developing new methods and approaches (e.g. in the fields of biologically-inspired graphical models, network reconstruction, and structured compressed sensing).
I was a joint John Harvard and James S. McDonnell fellow at Harvard University. Previously, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the School of Computer Science of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. I did my Phd in Physics and Computational Biology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. During my PhD studies, I was a member of the Azrieli Fellows Program.
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