Methods developed during the first National Center for Biotechnology Information Structural Variation Codeathon at Baylor College of Medicine

F1000Research 9, no. 1141 (2020): 1141. [DOI:10.12688/f1000research.23773.1]
Advait Balaji
Advait Balaji
PhD student

Advait (4th year PhD student) obtained a dual degree, B.E Computer Science and MS Biological Sciences from BITS, Pilani in India. During his undergraduate degree, he received the Khorana Scholarship (2016) from the Indo-US Science and Technology Forum and also a thesis fellowship (2017-18) to work at Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai, NY. At Mount Sinai, he worked on creating a Sub-cellular process-based ontology that predicts whole cell function using Natural Language Processing. His research interests are at the intersection of genomic data science and designing efficient algorithms to analyze genomic data.