From left: Nisha Gangadharan, Shutong Ye, Pauline Pfuderer, Sarah Chapman, Rosie Berners-Lee, Francisco Berkemeier, Michael Boemo, Annie Huang, Faye Lynch Williams
From left: Sarah Chapman, Eamonn Gilmore, Pauline Pfuderer, Francisco Berkemeier, Michael Boemo, Nisha Gangadharan, Shutong Ye
From left: Francisco Berkemeier, Pauline Pfuderer, Sarah Chapman, Eamonn Gilmore, Shutong Ye, Michael Boemo
From left: Sarah Chapman, Pauline Pfuderer, Shutong Ye, Michael Boemo, Francisco Berkemeier, Eamonn Gilmore
From left: Shutong Ye, Pauline Pfuderer, Lara Camerini, Han Zhang, Sarah Chapman, Michael Boemo
From left: Pauline Pfuderer, Sarah Chapman, Kishen Joshi, Michael Boemo
Pathology Part II Student, 2022-2023 I’m a medical student with a keen interest in cancer biology, having previously done a research project on transcription factors of ALK positive ALCL, a rare childhood lymphoma. I’m a novice to dry lab work and computational biology however, and am very interested in applying computational models to cancer biology. In my spare time I enjoy running, hiking and reading. Email: email@example.com
Amgen Scholar, 2022 I’m a student at the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Italy and I am in my second year of Medicine and Surgery. I am completely fascinated by the science behind the way our bodies work and in the last couple of years I have also discovered the world of scientific computing and working with the Boemo Group seems the perfect way to combine the two! I enjoy studying foreign languages and reading books. I also love being active: I do ballet and sail quite often, as I live by the sea. I am excited and eager to be a part of this team for this summer!!
Computational Biology MPhil Student, 2021-2022 I graduated with BSc in medical sciences at University College London, and during my undergraduate, I always had a specific interest in the quantitative aspects of solving biological problems. That’s why I decided to become a master's student at MPhil Computational Biology, furthering my skills and understanding with a range of tools and methods in computational biology. For my dissertation project in undergraduate, I applied novel network analysis to analyse organ system connectivity in cirrhosis patients and their ability in predicting survival outcomes. I like to do yoga and go swimming in my spare time. I look forward to working with the Boemo Group.
Pathology Part II Student, 2021-2022
Computational Biology MPhil Student, 2020-2021 I'm a masters student studying computational biology at the University of Cambridge, with a large interest in computational systems biology. I have a specific passion for the investigation of methodological frameworks in which to undertake the goals of systems biology, ranging from the use of biophysics to process algebras, in the hopes of one day creating more powerful techniques to aid in the solution of biological, pathogenic and systems medicine based problems.
Pathology Part II Student, 2020-2021 I’m a 3rd Year medical student at Cambridge University majoring in Pathology. I particularly love learning about cancer biology and virology, and I’m hoping to specialise in one of these fields in the future. In my spare time, I’m actively involved in music, activism, and archery.
Yutong Angela Cai
A*STAR Summer Student, 2021 I grew up in China and Singapore before coming to UK to study Natural Sciences at Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge. My academic interests lie at the intersection of chemistry and biology, and I plan to pursue a PhD in this field. This summer, I am blessed with a summer internship with Dr. Beomo to investigate the effect of incorporating artificial analogue on Oxford Nanopore sequencing data. Another academic interest of mine is history and philosophy of science which enlightens me the purpose of scientific endeavours. In my spare time, I enjoy dancing, figure skating and learning new things.
A*STAR Summer Student, 2020 I am an undergraduate student at the University of Cambridge studying pathology, and I’m trying to learn more about computational biology too. In my spare time, I also enjoy painting and making digital illustrations.
Harry Smith Microbiology Summer Student, 2020 I am currently a third-year undergraduate studying Genetics in Trinity College Dublin. I am really enthusiastic about the opportunity to be part of the Boemo Group at the Department of Pathology, University of Cambridge as an intern this summer. The computational skills developed this summer will give me a highly sought-after interdisciplinary skillset. I will be entering the final year of my genetics studies this September 2020 and this amazing opportunity will help me develop some critical research skills as I aim to pursue a PhD in genetics following my undergraduate degree.