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Xiao Liang

I received my Masters degree from University of Washington, Tacoma in Computer Science and Systems. I have been working on human gene network inference. Now I am more involved in metagenomic... Read More

Amogh Jalihal

Genetics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology
  • Program: Genetics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology
  • College: Graduate School
  • Year Recruited: 2015
  • Advisor(s): John Tyson, T. M. Murali


Amogh is a grad student enrolled in the GBCB program. He received a B. Tech in Biotechnology from SASTRA University in 2015. He aims to get trained in both experimental and modeling techniques to approach fundamental problems in the life sciences. His research interests include quantitative cell biology, model organism biology, and science education. He enjoys science related discussions and debates, and is always looking for unique perspectives on the philosophy of science. When not in the lab, he can be found listening to and making Indian classical music, and spending time outdoors with his camera.