Devin Dattolico

Program Coordinator

Devin Dattolico is a MPH candidate at the Harvard T. Chan School of Public Health. She is studying social and behavioral sciences and is passionate about research.

Michelle Audirac

Biostatistician
Department of Biostatistics, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Michelle is a Data Scientist interested in extracting structure and detecting hidden patterns from data. Previously, she held various roles in industry where she deployed Machine Learning tasks in production settings. She transitioned to research after volunteering with the UT Covid-19 Modeling Consortium. As a Research Associate Data Scientist for the Department of Statistics and Data Science at The University of Texas at Austin she worked with research groups to…

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Naeem Khoshnevis

Research Software Engineer
FAS Research Computing department

Naeem is a research software engineer member of Research Software Engineering (RSE) at the FAS Research Computing (FASRC) department. He designs, builds and optimizes software applications for researchers across Harvard University. Naeem has a superior mathematical and numerical analysis background and has developed, documented, debugged, extended, and refactored numerous scientific software applications for research groups, helping them successfully carry out their funded research projects. Before joining FASRC, Naeem conducted research…

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Michael Bouzinier

Senior Research Software Engineer

Michael (Misha) Bouzinier is an experienced software developer interested in data modeling, genetics, and evolution. Born and educated in Moscow, Russia, Misha spent 10 years supervising projects in the educational and biotechnology sectors. Misha went on to manage the GUI development at Parametric Technology Corporation, before joining InterSystems in 2001, where he designed and developed software that applied various InterSystems technologies to the Lifescience domain. In 2017 he assumed the role…

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Leila Kamareddine

Program Coordinator
Department of Biostatistics

Leila Kamareddine is a Program coordinator in the Department of Biostatistics at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Ms. Kamareddine holds a Master of Public Health Degree and has extensive experience in conducting and leading Projects in the Public Health field. As part of her role, Leila is responsible for all data, project as well as administrative coordination of Dr. Dominici’s lab at the NSAPH group.

Amit Kumar

Research Coordinator
HSPH Department of Biostatistics

Amit Kumar is a 1st year graduate student at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health pursing an MPH in the field of Health Policy. Amit was raised in a small town in New Jersey called Toms River before completing his BS in Psychological Science at the University of California, Los Angeles. There, he conducted research in learning and memory neuroscience, community health, and health policy analysis. Upon graduation, Amit…

Mahmood M. Shad

Associate Director of Research Software Engineering
HSPH Department of FAS Research Computing

Mahmood M. Shad is the Associate Director of Research Software Engineering (RSE) at the FAS Research Computing (FASRC) department. Mahmood works with Harvard’s FASRC team to design, build, and maintain scientific software packages and data services to address the needs of researchers from different disciplines and to accelerate cutting-edge researches at Harvard University. As a senior scientific software engineer in his previous role at FASRC, he has designed and built…

Ana Trisovic

Research Associate

Ana Trisovic (Ana Trišović; pronounced: aa-na trEE-sho-viCH) is a Research Associate at NSAPH. Her work focuses on data engineering, computational reproducibility, and open science. She is a member of the early-career board of Harvard Data Science Review (HDSR) and the review board in data science and reproducibility of the Journal of Systems Research (JSys). Previously, she was a postdoctoral scholar at IQSS, where she worked with the Dataverse team, and…