Mike works with Bioinformatics, data munging, analysis of Next-Generation Sequence data, and proteomics data. Perl, R and shell scripting.
Qingyun’s research interests center around employing population genomics approaches to comprehend the evolutionary mechanisms through which bacterial pathogens enhance their propagation within human host populations. Gaining insight into the successfully adapted bacterial variants could open new avenues for the design of precision target-based interventions.
Tetiana comes to HSPH with a background in medicinal chemistry and small molecules synthesis, working recently in a contract research organization on integrated projects for 9 years. Her passion is working on integrated projects combining synthetic chemistry, biology, and computational chemistry.