Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is affiliated with the National Bureau of Economic Research where he co-founded and directs the working group on market design.
Pharmaceutical technology, drug delivery system, pharmceutical analytical technology, nanoparticles, formulation
Single Cell transcriptomics
Niranjan Parajuli is a biochemist, biotechnologist, and a professor of chemistry at Tribhuvan University. He specializes in genetic manipulations in bacterial strains and protein engineering towards the development of new metabolites, including antibiotics. He has also, developed high-throughput and ultra-high-throughput screen techniques for some proteins.
Computational Biology, Genomics, Machine Learning, Chromatin Biology, CRISPR Screening, Cancer Biology, Single cell biology, Bioinformatics
Software Engineering; generative models;natural language processing
Critical Care, ICU, Intensive Care, ICU readmission, LMIC, Global Health
Machine learning, Computer architecture, High-performance computing with GPUs, Graph analytics
Network Economics, Game Theory, Wireless Networks, URLLC, Distributed Machine Learning
Bacterial natural product biosynthesis and engineering!
Plant-insect interactions; Biogeographic variations on biotic interactions; Spread of invasive species; Geocomputational methods in Ecology and Agricultural Sciences
PhD in Bioinformatics. Currently working as a data scientist in Fraunhofer ITMP, Hamburg, Germany. Expertise in Knowledge Graphs and big data analytics.
Senior Bioinformatics Specialist, Center for Molecular Dynamics Nepal (CMDN). University of Tampere, Finland.
Research Assistant at Virginia Tech, Visiting Scholar at the University of Technology Sydney
- Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia University - Founder and CEO of FuseMachines Inc. EDUCATION PhD, MPhil, MS in Computer Science, Columbia University BS in Math and Physics, Bates College
Public Health, One Health, Infectious diseases, Waterborne diseases, Molecular epidemiology
Medical Image Analysis, Learning Theory, Bayesian Inference, Computer Vision
MRI, signal processing.
Bishnu P. Marasini is a Microbiologist, Biotechnologist, and Head, Department of Biotechnology, National College, Tribhuvan University. He specializes in bio-assay, drug discovery, AMR, MDR bacterial strains, and seeking new metabolites, including antibiotics from natural sources, such as medicinal plants, actinomycetes, myxobacteria. He has developed high-throughput (only 96-well plate) screening of plant extracts with suitable disease model in vitro. Also, he is working for data analysis and statistical correlation.
Plant Biotechnology, Natural fiber, Biofuel, Bioenergy
Disasters, Hazard Risk Assessment, Social Vulnerability, Climate Change, Geospatial Modeling
A Medical Microbiologist passionate in creating quality research and education that helps in the fields of Science, Technology, Innovation and promote its community by generating tangible outcomes. QA/QC/QbD practitioner at Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Industry .
Assistant Professor (P), Medicine - Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism , Department of Medicine