Gamze Gürsoy, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Yale University
Gamze is currently a postdoctoral research associate in the Gerstein Lab at Yale where her research focuses on genome privacy and bioinformatics in general (though word on the street is that she was seen in wet labs sequencing genomes lately). She received her PhD in bioinformatics from University of Illinois at Chicago, where she studied computational construction of three-dimensional structures of genome.
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Postgraduate Research Associate, Yale University
Charlotte is currently a postgraduate research associate in the Gerstein Lab at Yale, where Gamze and Mark Gerstein are her mentors. So far in the lab she has focused on using blockchain technology to maintain genomic data securely and with high integrity. She graduated from Yale College in May 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, and English Literature. As an undergrad at Yale she studied individual diversity and collective behavior in the context of E. coli chemotaxis, and the spatial scale of interaction in bacterial communities (in Dr. Thierry Emonet’s group at Yale, and Dr. Martin Ackermann’s group at ETH Zurich, respectively). She is excited to be working with Gamze this year learning new topics and skills in programming, mathematics, and statistics, which she hopes to apply in her PhD.
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