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|Adrian Randall||||2009||Ron Weiss||UNC-Chapel Hill||Chemistry||Engineered Protein Sensing and Transcriptional Actuation||||-||-|
|Adrian Randall||||2009||Forest White||UNC-Chapel Hill||Chemistry||Mechanisms of Tumor Adaptation||||-||-|
|Chandni Valiathan|||| 2005 || Leona Samson || Brandeis University||Computer Science and Math ||Gene expression signatures for cell death or survival after DNA damage||||June, 2011||-|
|Chandni Valiathan|||| 2005 || Leona Samson || Brandeis University||Computer Science and Math ||Gene expression signatures for cell death or survival after DNA damage||||June, 2011||-|

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NameE-mailClassLabUG Inst.UG MajorThesisPersonal pageDefendedCurrently
Katherine Romerkromer@mit.edu2008David PageMITComputer Science, BiologyRegulation of sperm production in the mouse-
Christopher Negroncnegron@mit.edu2008Amy KeatingThe City College of New YorkPhysicsDesign of coiled-coil interaction networks-
Orr Ashenbergorr@mit.edu2006Amy Keating;Michael LaubHarvard CollegeChemistry and Chemical BiologyProtein Interaction Specificity in Histidine Kinases-
Sabrina Spencerspencers@mit.edu2004Peter SorgerThe George Washington UnivBiology & French LiteratureCell-to-cell variability in apoptosiswebsiteMay, 2009Postdoc at Stanford Univ
Lawrence Davidldavid@mit.edu2005Eric AlmColumbia Univ.Biomedical Eng.Microbial genome evolutionary dynamicsblogJune, 2010Junior Fellow @ Harvard
Robin Friedmanrobinf@mit.edu2005Chris Burge and David BartelUCSDComputer Science & BioinformaticsThe specificity and evolution of gene regulatory elements-June, 2010Postdoc at Institut Pasteur, Paris
Chris Smilliecsmillie@mit.edu2009Eric AlmUniversity of ArizonaMath, BiologyMicrobial evolution and community dynamics--
Michelle Chanmwchan@mit.edu2007Aviv RegevUniversity of British ColumbiaComputer Science & MicrobiologyEvolution of Transcriptional Modules in Yeast--
Wesley Wengycweng@MIT.edu2005Scott ManalisCornell UniversityElectrical & Computer EngrMass Resonator Sensing of Cellular Dynamics-
Christoph Engertchristoph@mit.edu2008Alexander van OudenaardenHeidelberg University (GER)Mol. Biotech.Physics of Worm Development (Working Title)more...-
Albert W. Chengawcheng@mit.edu2007Chris Burge;Rudolf JaenischHong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)BiochemistryGene regulation during cancer metastasis, early embryogenesis and somatic cell reprogramminghomepage-
Emily Miraldiemiraldi@mit.edu2006Forest WhiteOberlin CollegeBiochemistryNetwork level analysis of hepatic insulin signaling under high fat diet stress-
Ana Paula Leiteapleite@mit.edu2008Aviv RegevUniversity of Minho (Portugal)MathematicsReconstruction of temporal regulatory networkshomepage-
Naiyan Chennaiyan@mit.edu2007Mriganka Sur;Fatih YanikImperial College LondonBiomedical EngineeringCholinergic modulation in the cortex-
B. Jesse Shapirojesse1@mit.edu2005Eric AlmMcGill UniversityBiologyLooking for signatures of natural selection in the microbial world[1]September, 2010
Charles Linchazlin@mit.edu2006Chris Burge and Rick YoungDuke UniversityBiology and PhysicsMaking sense of divergent transcription-
Yuchun Guoyguo@mit.edu2006David GiffordTsinghua University (China)Materials Science & Computer ScienceTranscriptional regulation in development of motor neurons from embryonic stem cells-
Vikram Agarwalvagarwal@mit.edu2009David BartelUniversity of Texas at AustinBiologyImproving quantitative models of animal miRNA target prediction-
Xuebing Wuwuxbl@mit.edu2009Phil SharpTsinghua University (China)Computer Science & BioinformaticsHigh throughput mapping of RNA-RNA interactionshomepage-
Ramon Salsas Escatramon12@mit.edu2005Collin StultzInstitut Quimic de Sarria (Barcelona, Spain)ChemistryCollagen conformational fluctuations and degradationJune, 2010
Anna Podgornaiaanna2009@mit.edu2009Michael LaubUC BerkeleyBiochemistrySequence space of the two-component signaling interface-
Grace Zhenggzheng@mit.edu2004Phil SharpUniversity of British ColumbiaComputer ScienceMicroRNA in Embryonic Stem CellsJune, 2010
Adrian Randallarandall@mit.edu2009Forest WhiteUNC-Chapel HillChemistryMechanisms of Tumor Adaptation-
Chandni 2005 Leona Samson Brandeis UniversityComputer Science and Math Gene expression signatures for cell death or survival after DNA damageJune, 2011
Yuanyuan 2007 Bruce Tidor Tsinghua University (China) Biology Construction and utilization of a Kronecker model for E.coli central carbon metabolic network-
Alex Robertsonalexrson@mit.edu2008Chris BurgeStanford UniversityChemistryThe role of pre-mRNA processing in regulation of gene expression-
Laura 2004Peter Sorger, Doug LauffenburgerRutgers University Biomathematics Experimental and computational analysis of EGFR pathway phosphorylation and dephosphorylation dynamicshomepageApril 9, 2010
Jonathan Ramesederjohnny@mit.edu2008Mike YaffeUpper Austria University of Applied SciencesBioinformaticsAn Informatics Platform for RNAi Analysis Using High-Throughput Microscopy and Functional Readouts to Build and Explore Signal Transduction NetworksCV and contact info-
Zi Peng Fanzifan@mit.edu2009TBDBrandeis UniversityBiochemistryTBD-
Nathan Cermakcermak@mit.edu2010Scott Manalis, Martin Polz University of WashingtonBiochemistry, Applied Math, SociologyMarine microbe biomass accumulationhome-
Daniel Parkdkpark@mit.edu2008Bonnie BergerUC IrvineComputer Science, BiologyProtein-protein interaction network inference, prediction of intrinsic protein disorder -
Surasak Chunsrivirotfa833@mit.edu2006Bernhardt TroutMITChemistryNucleation of Pharmaceutical Ingredient: a Computational InvestigationJune, 2011
Thomas Gurrytg296@mit.edu2010Collin StultzImperial College LondonBiochemistryTBD-
Leyla Isiklisik@mit.edu2010Tomaso PoggioJohns Hopkins UniversityBiomedical EngineeringTBD-
Manoshi Dattamdatta@mit.edu2010Jeff Gore, Susan LindquistUC BerkeleyBioengineering, Chemical BiologyHow prion-based epigenetic factors shape evolutionary dynamics-
Shicong (Mimi) Xiexies@mit.edu2010Mark Bathe, Adam MartinUC BerkeleyPhysics, Applied MathematicsCoordination of cellular forces for morphogensis-
Shao Shan (Carol) Huang-----June, 2011
Sarah Spencersjspence@mit.edu2011TBDWashington University in St. LouisBiologyTBD
Boyang Zhaobozhao@mit.edu2011TBDUniversity of Michigan, Ann ArborBiomedical EngineeringTBDhomepage
Kelly Brockkbrock@mit.edu2011TBDHarvard UniversityEngineering SciencesTBD
Maxim Wolfmywolf@mit.edu2011TBDUniversity of MarylandBiology, Chemistry, PhysicsTBD
Thomas Willemstwillems@mit.edu2011TBDUniversity of California-BerkeleyChemical EngineeringTBD
Asa Adadeyaadadey@mit.edu2011TBDUniversity of Maryland Baltimore CountyBioinformatics & Computational BiologyTBD
Derrick Sunddtsund@mit.edu2011TBDUniversity of ArizonaMathematics, Biochemistry and Molecular BiophysicsTBD
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