I am a first-year PhD student at Columbia University’s department of Systems Biology, and a recipient of the Open Philanthropy Project Early Career Funding. My research predominantly focuses on how to represent data collected in biology, such as genomes and proteomes, in a manner that makes their analysis easier.
Previously, I was a student at Kishony Lab at the Technion, where I harnessed novel genomic approaches and big data to investigate how bacterial pathogens evolve upon recurring infections.
PhD in Systems Biology, Ongoing
MSc in Biology, 2021
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
BSc in Neuroscience, 2019
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