Bud Mishra, Ph.D.Lifeboat Foundation Bios: Dr. Bud Mishra
Dr. Bud Mishra
Dr. Bud Mishra
"We are likely to see more of these kinds of highly multi-disciplinary research aimed at single molecule sequencing, genomics, epigenomic, and proteomic analysis in the future," added Bud Mishra, a professor of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Cell Biology from NYU's Courant Institute and School of Medicine, and one of these pioneering researchers.
"The most exciting aspect of this approach is that as we understand how to intelligently combine various components of genomics, robotics, informatics, and nanotechnology — the so-called GRIN technology — the resulting systems will become simple, inexpensive, and commonplace."
Bud Mishra , Ph.D. is Professor of Computer Science, Mathematics and Cell Biology at Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences and NYU School of Medicine and Adjunct Professor at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Mumbai, India.He founded the NYU/Courant Bioinformatics Group, a multi-disciplinary group working on research at the interface of computer science, applied mathematics and biology.Bud has developed several sophisticated technologies, algorithms, and statistical analysis tools to attack biological problems that range from deciphering the structure of a genome to understanding chromosomal aberrations and their relation to cancer genetics.
He is a coinventor of Optical Mapping, Array Mapping, and Copy-Number Variation Mapping in biotechnologies.
He is on the Editorial Boards of Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, Transactions on Computational Systems Biology and AMRX: Applied Mathematics Research eXpress.Bud coauthored Multi-Objective Evolutionary Optimization of Agent Based Models: An Application to Emergency Response Planning , Complexities, Catastrophes and Cities: Agent-Based Analysis of Large-Scale Urban Emergency Response , Emergency Response Planning for a Potential Sarin Gas Attack in Manhattan using Agent-based Models , Transactions on Computational Systems Biology VII (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) , Algorithmic Algebra (Monographs in Computer Science), From Bytes to Bedside: Computational Biology for Biomedical Translational Research , Single Molecule Transcription Profiling with AFM, Multiscale Strip Constructions and Their Application to Gene Expression and ChIP-on-chip Data , Interpreter of Maladies: Redescription Mining Applied to Biomedical Data analysis , and COMBAT: Search Rapidly For Highly Similar Protein-Coding Sequences Using Bipartite Graph Matching . Read the full list of his publications!His patents include Computer-Based Methods and Systems for Sequencing of Individual Nucleic Acid Molecules , Genomics via Optical Mapping Ordered Restriction Maps, System and Method for Surface Rendering of Internal Structures within the Interior of a Solid Object , and Reactive Robotic Gripper.
Bud earned a Ph.D. & M.S. in Computer Science fromCarnegie Mellon University, USA in 1985 & 1982.He earned a B.Tech. in Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering from IIT Kharagpur , India in 1980 and a degree in Physics from Utkal University as well.
"The research sheds a new light on Darwinian evolution as it recreates the classical Luria-Delbruck experiment with the cutting age genomics technology that has become available only recently," adds co-senior study author Bud Mishra, a professor at the Courant Institute.
Along with Jee, Nudler, and Mishra, study authors were Aviram Rasouly, Ilya Shamovsky, Yonatan Akivis, and Susan Steinman in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology at NYU Langone.
William Casey (Carnegie Mellon University), Parisa Memarmoshrefi (University of Goettingen), Ansgar Kellner (University of Goettingen), Jose Andre Morales (Carnegie Mellon University), Bud Mishra (New York University)
This program will feature presentations by four experts: Marcus Ehrhardt of PwC, who will give an overview of the digital forces impacting the industry; Tim Peters-Strickland of Otsuka, who will talk about Otsuka's Digital Medicine Initiative using an ingestible digital sensor to monitor medication adherence and physiologic responses; Bud Mishra of the Courant Institute, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, and NYU School of Medicine, who will talk about using AI for drug discovery, development and analytics; and Neel Madhukar, a computational biologist at Weill Cornell Medical College who developed BANDIT, a tool that mines millions of data points from five clinical, genomic, chemical and structural data sets to shed light on the targets and actions of certain molecules.
Bud Mishra, PhD, Professor of Computer Science at Courant Institute, Professor of Biology at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and NYU School of Medicine
Bud Mishra, Courant Institute, NYU, Mt Sinai.Dr. Mishra is a professor of computer science and mathematics at NYU's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, professor of computer science and engineering at NYU's Tandon School of Engineering, professor of human genetics at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, and a professor of cell biology at NYU School of Medicine.Prof. Mishra has a degree in Physics from Utkal University, in Electronics and Communication Engineering from IIT, Kharagpur, and MS and PhD degrees in Computer Science from Carnegie-Mellon University.He has industrial experience in Computer and Data Science (brainiad, Genesis Media, Pypestream, Tartan Laboratories, and ATTAP), Finance (Instadat, Tudor Investment and PRF, LLC), Robotics and Bio- and Nanotechnologies (Bioarrays, InSilico, Seqster, Abraxis, MRTech, and OpGen).
He is the author of a textbook on algorithmic algebra and more than two hundred archived publications.
He has advised and mentored more than 35 graduate students and post-docs in the areas of computer science, robotics and control engineering, applied mathematics, finance, biology and medicine.
He is a fellow of IEEE, ACM and AAAS, a Distinguished Alumnus of IIT-Kharagpur, and a NYSTAR Distinguished Professor.From 2003-2006, he held adjunct professorship at Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Mumbai, India.From 2001-04, he was a professor at the Watson School of Biological Sciences, Cold Spring Harbor Lab.
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