UC Los Angeles
Hello, my name is Katiana Khouri. I received my degree in Mathematics with an Applied Medical Life Science focus from UCLA. I am interested in the application of non-linear dynamics to biological phenomena, specifically in medicine. Additionally, I hope to encompass the fields of Neuroscience and Probability Theory in my future research. I have worked as a data analyst for a top health care company for the past 2 years assessing and deciphering large data sets using SQL and database compilation. Along with my academic endeavors, I have studied ballet for 17 years, trained horses, and taught math.
Ohio State University, Columbus
I’m from Columbus OH. I graduated from Ohio State University with a dual B.S. in molecular genetics and theoretical math, and a minor computer science. I worked for two years at the James Cancer Hospital (Columbus) studying lipid phosphatase signaling. I am interested in a wide range of topics including statistical pattern recognition, dynamical systems and the analysis of multi-modal biomedical data. In my spare time I enjoy movies, cycling and recorded music.
Hello! My name is Jihye Choi, and I am an international student from South Korea. I had studied in the United States for 7 years and earned a B.S degree in Mathematics at the University of California, Irvine. In 2015, I participated in a summer research program called Mathematical and Computational Biology for Undergraduates (MCBU), studying tandem binding model. Now I am interested in studying cancer, genetics, stem cells, and cell biology. During my spare time, I enjoy watching television, cooking, and playing golf. Through the solid education offered at MCSB, I look forward to build extensive knowledge in various fields and to learn a cooperative spirit by working with other students and faculty members.