Skip to main content
Explore URMC


Current BSCB Student Composite


Sara Ali
Sara Ali

Research Interest:

Identifying Distant Homologs of the ncRNA Lep5

Lauren Benoodt
Lauren Benoodt, M.S.

Research Interest:
Extending Pathways for Mechanistic Predictions from Large Scale Data
Joseph Bucukovski
Joseph Bucukovski

Research Interest:

Developing a tendon-on-a-chip model with integrated photonic biosensors to detect inflammatory biomarkers in situ

Sai Chavali
Sai Chavali, M.S.

Research Interest:
Arginine Forks Are a Widespread Motif to Recognize Phosphate Backbones and Guanine Nucleobases in the RNA Major Groove
Wesley Chiang
Wesley Chiang

Research Interest:

Using STORM to Track the Neuroinvasive Potential of SARS-CoV-2 Through the Blood-Brain Barrier Mediated by a Bradykinin Storm

Xueyang He
Xueyang He

Research Interest:

Modeling the Effects of Cancer-Associated Spliceosome Mutations and Identifying Driving Intronic Features Using Deep-Learning Neural Networks

Gabrielle Kosoy
Gabrielle Kosoy

Research Interest:

Whole virus versus surface protein, what is the antigenicity?

Ashwin Kumar
Ashwin Kumar

Research Interest:

Biological factors and genetic programs that govern maintenance and effector function of Lung CD8+ Tissue Resident Memory cells

Debanjana Maji
Debanjana Maji

Research Interest:
Structure and Function of the Disease-Relevant Pre-mRNA Splicing Factor U2AF2
Abhinav Mittal
Abhinav Mittal

Research Interest:

Inferring RNA Secondary Structure from Multiple Sequence Alignment

Mukta Palshikar
Mukta Palshikar

Research Interest:

Executable Models of Pathways Built Using Single-cell RNA-seq Data Reveal Atherosclerosis-associated Signaling Dysregulations

Ashlin Poruthoor
Ashlin Poruthoor

Research Interest:

Estimating the Free Energy Landscape of Phase Separation in Lipid Bilayers

Emily Robinson
Emily Robinson

Research Interest:

Cysteine Thioesters as a Potential Treatment for Opioid Overdose: Insights from Molecular Dynamics

Yoshita Srivastava
Yoshita Srivastava

Research Interest:

Two riboswitches with identical binding pockets show different tolerances to equivalent mutations and varied promiscuities for cognate effector binding

Daniel Steiner
Daniel Steiner, M.S.

Research Interest:
Antigen Microarrays: Entering the COVID Fray