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Medical students

ilong Peng
MD student
Pathways program
Harvard Medical School
Project: Investigating the role of microbiome in bile acids synthesis

Undergraduate students

Jayanth (Jay) Pratap
Undergraduate Researcher
Chemical & Physical Biology & Computer Science
Harvard College
2/2021 – 8/2022
Jay worked with us on designing machine learning classifiers using microbiomic dat

Angela Li
Undergraduate researcher
Applied Mathematics/Statistics – Pre-med track
Harvard FAS
Angela worked with us on the development of statistical and computational approaches for the analysis of short-read and long-read microbiome sequencing data

Sarah Bluhm
Co-op student, Biology, Northeastern University
8/2021 – 6/2022
Sarah worked with us on the long-read amplicon and metagenomic sequencing for microbiome profiling
Current position: Master’s student at Aalto University, Finland

Katerina Nasto
Undergraduate researcher, Neuroscience,
Harvard College
6/2021 – 6/2022
Katerian worked with us on the construction of integrated biological network models
Email: katerinanasto@college.harvard.eduu

Maya Rayle
Undergraduate researcher, Harvard FAS
6/2020 -2/2022
Maya worked with us on the integrated modeling of microbial ecosystems using evolutionary game theory and metabolic networks

Analeigha Colarusso
Undergraduate researcher, Tufts University
6/2020 – 8/2021
Analeigha worked with us on the computational modeling of host-microbiota interactions in celiac disease

Eva Ottom
Undergraduate researcher, Boston College
9/2020 – 6/2021
Eva worked with us on the construction of integrated metabolic and gene expression models for macrophages
Current position: Graduate student in Chemical Engineering at UC-Riverside

Arnav Srivastava
Undergraduate researcher, Harvard SEAS
Summer 2020
Arnav worked with us on predicting celiac disease onset using microbiomic data and machine learning

Mahmoud Abouelkheir
MGH Digestive Disease
Summer Research Fellow
Summer 2020
Mahmoud worked with us on the computational investigation of the effect of microbially-derived metabolites on macrophage polarization
Current position: Graduate student in Chemical Biology at Johns Hopkins University