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Rishikesan Kamaleswaran

Rishikesan Kamaleswaran

Assistant Professor

Director of Translational Clinical Informatics,
Assistant Professor,
Departments of Biomedical Informatics, Pediatrics, and Emergency Medicine 
Emory University School of Medicine

404.727.9015

Research in Health Informatics Applications Design and Development. Areas of Interest: Remote Patient Monitoring, Intelligent Health Data Mining, and Patient Care.

Imon Banerjee

Imon Banerjee

Assistant Professor

Department of Biomedical informatics
Department of Radiology
Emory University School of Medicine

404.712-0110

The focus of Banerjee's lab is the analysis and integration of unstructured medical data (images, 3D models, clinical narratives) to support clinical diagnosis and treatment. In regards to cancer, she's interested in diagnosis and prognosis using deep learning, predictive analysis longitudinal data, and natural language processing of clinical notes.

Abeed Sarker

Abeed Sarker

Assistant Professor

Biomedical Informatics
Emory University School of Medicine

My lab’s research lies at the intersection of computational linguistics, social media mining, applied machine learning, public health and medicine. We work with natural language data from various sources–social media, published medical literature and electronic health records. We design and develop solutions for both big data and small data problems associated with health. 

Dheera Ananthakrishnan, MD

Dheera Ananthakrishnan, MD

Assistant Professor

Emory University School of Medicine
Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

404.778.6306


My current research project is a Biomechanical Analysis of Football Helmet Removal in the Injured Cervical Spine

Gregory Melikian

Gregory Melikian

Professor

Division of Infectious Disease
Department of Pediatrics
Emory University School of Medicine

404-727-4652

My lab is interested in the molecular mechanisms of enveloped virus entry into cells and its regulation by host factors. We investigate entry of several important pathogens, such as HIV-1, Influenza virus, arenaviruses and SARS-CoV-2, using a pseudovirus system. Our experimental approaches include novel virus labeling and visualization techniques in living cells, fluorescence super-resolution microscopy, single molecule imaging, and correlative light-cryo-electron microscopy (CLEM) in cell culture and lipid bilayer models.

Manoj Bhasin

Manoj Bhasin

Associate Professor

Pediatrics at Emory School of Medicine,
Biomedical Informatics at Emory School of Medicine

404-712-9849


His main interest is applying and developing systematic analysis strategies for high-throughput transcriptional profiling, epigenomics, genotyping, proteomics, and metabolomics data to improve molecular understanding of diseases and to identify novel diagnostics, prognostic and therapeutics biomarkers. He is leading development of computational approaches for systems level integrative analysis of imaging, clinical and multidimensional genome level data to identify key features driving the disease.