I use and develop computational methods to make sense of large amounts of biological data. I developed methods discovering evolutionary couplings in biological sequences. I develop machine learning methods to solve biological problems, such as drug discovery, finding the root causes for emergence of antibiotic resistance and making sense of large amount of data. I fold proteins. I interact with very diverse set of collaborators and are conversant in many intriguing subjects.
In my spare time I try to prove that Big Data can be done on Small Computers -- I work on Edge AI for life sciences in a low-cost, low-power setting.
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