Carrie Nardella firstname.lastname@example.org Carrie Nardella is the Administrative Assistant to the Emonet Lab. Carrie worked in the Medical School from 1990 to 2000. She returned to Yale in 2016 in the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. In her free time she enjoys living on the shore and raising her 3 daughters.
Ewa Chodakowski email@example.com Ewa is our lab technician. She has been at Yale since 2000. Ewa enjoys movies and spending time around New Haven.
Mahmut Demir, PhD firstname.lastname@example.org Mahmut is a postdoc who did his graduate work with Hanna Salman at Pitt where he studied migration of E. coli in shallow thermal gradients. He currently studies adaptation of olfactory receptor neurons and navigation in intermittent odorant landscapes. He enjoys outdoor activities, hiking and discovering new places. He also likes to cook occasionally.
Nirag Kadakia, PhD email@example.com Nirag is a postdoc and BRAIN Initiative Fellow. Nirag completed his graduate work in the UC San Diego physics department in July 2017 under Henry Abarbanel, where he developed methods of statistical inference in nonlinear dynamical systems. He is broadly interested in computational and theoretical neuroscience. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his family, working on his YouTube channel, NBA basketball, gym, TV, and dining out.
Henry Mattingly, PhD firstname.lastname@example.org Henry is a postdoc and NIH F32 Fellow, having done his PhD with Stas Shvartsman at Princeton modeling dynamic cellular processes, such as ERK signaling and the cell cycle. He also collaborated with Ben Machta, studying how to choose appropriately simple mathematical models. He enjoys hiking, exercise, board games, and cooking.
Keita Kamino, PhD email@example.com Keita is a postdoc, having completed his graduate work in the University of Tokyo under Satoshi Sawai, where he studied cell-to-cell signaling and chemotaxis of the social amoeba. Then he did a postdoc in AMOLF in the Netherlands under Thomas Shimizu, where he developed an experimental system to measure single-cell signaling dynamics of bacteria. He is currently focusing on the relation between spontaneity and responsiveness in bacterial chemotaxis. He has recently taken up swimming in his free time.
Aarti Sehdev firstname.lastname@example.org Aarti is a postdoc who completed her graduate work at the International Max Planck Research School of Organismal Biology and the University of Konstanz, where she studied odor background segregation in insects, under the supervision of Paul Szyszka. She is interested in what information insects use from intermittent plumes to locate an odor source, and the neural mechanisms involved in encoding olfactory navigation strategies. In her free time, she enjoys singing, going to the gym, playing kicker, video games and ukulele, as well as living a minimal waste lifestyle.
Will Rosenbluth Will is an undergraduate majoring in Applied Math at Yale with a concentration in Computer Science. He is interested in modeling dynamical systems and is currently using biological modeling to study how olfactory receptor neurons adapt to temporal signals. He is also co-president of the Yale Student Chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, skiing, and rock climbing.
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