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Prof. Bud Mishra

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Board Member

Phone: (775) ***-****  HQ Phone
Lifeboat Foundation
1638 Esmeralda Avenue
Minden, Nevada 89423
United States

Company Description: The Lifeboat Foundation is a nonprofit nongovernmental organization dedicated to ensuring that humanity adopts the increasingly powerful technologies of genetics,...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Scientific Advisory Boards Member
    Lifeboat Foundation
  • Member, Science Advisory Board
    InSilico Medicine Engaged
  • Member, Science Advisory Board
    Today Insilico Medicine , Inc.
  • Scientific Advisory Board Member
    OpGen , Inc.

Education

  • PhD degrees , Computer Science
    Carnegie-Mellon University
  • Physics
    IIT
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
    IIT
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Lifeboat Foundation Advisory Boards
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Professor Bud Mishra, PhD, joins the Science Advisory Board of Deep Knowledge Ventures' portfolio company, InSilico Medicine Inc.
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Prof. Bud Mishra is one of those rare scientists, who excelled in the many fields including physics, engineering, computer science, robotics, finance, genomics, epigenetics, genetics and disease modeling.
Baltimore, Maryland (PRWEB) May 28, 2014
Today Insilico Medicine, Inc., a Deep Knowledge Ventures' portfolio company based in Baltimore, that is using advances in genomics to discover new therapies to target aging and age-related diseases, announced that leading computer scientist Professor Bud Mishra has joined its Science Advisory Board. A recent investment, Insilico Medicine, Inc. holds an exclusive license to drug discoveries made using another DVK portfolio company, Pathway Pharmaceuticals,' OncoFINDER tool, which predicts drug efficacy through a proprietary gene expression analysis algorithm. The addition of leading computer scientist Prof. Mishra's expertise to that of S.A.B. Chairman Dr Charles Cantor, former Director of the Human Genome Project, places InSilico Medicine in the vanguard of bioinformatics and commercial life extension initiatives.
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With a group like this, I hope to engage in a collective 'head-banging' against the amazingly challenging biomedical problems we face, using some of the most advanced science and technologies in development," said Professor Bud Mishra.
Prof. Mishra's research career over the last thirty-four years has consistently focused upon information-technology-based approaches to real-life problems of enormous societal impact: namely, cyber security solutions, cancer characterization through genomic data analysis, fast and cheap technology for DNA sequencing with applications to genetics, computational systems biology tools with applications to drug discovery, robot hand design with industrial applications, hierarchical hardware model checking and symbolic computation with applications to robot kinematics. More importantly, many of these research programs have also been instrumental in creation of new fields (often outside traditional computer science), where computing now occupies a central position.
As an example, around 1983, Mishra and Clarke proposed an innovative approach to computer hardware verification via model checking and applied it to a well-known asynchronous FIFO queue element circuit, designed by Caltech's Chuck Seitz, to discover that this circuit had a serious race condition.
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In the mean time, Prof. Mishra has continued to develop these ideas and apply them to robotics, control theory and more recently to systems biology through algorithmic algebraic model checking. Around 1997, Prof. Mishra began to collaborate with biologists and chemists to develop the first single molecule genomic technology to map and sequence genomes rapidly, inexpensively and with small amount materials. The success of this technology depended on Mishra's innovations in probabilistic analysis, Bayesian statistics and efficient algorithmic techniques. The technology is being commercialized by various biotech companies; it promises to have an enormous impact on our understanding of infectious, genetic and genomic diseases like cancer and neuro-degeneration. Mishra has also recently advanced this technology to improve its resolution using AFM-based nano-technology. As in hardware verification in the past, this new field of single-molecule genomics has now begun to attract a thriving multi-disciplinary community.
He has industrial experience in Computer Science (Tartan Laboratories, and ATTAP), Finance (Instadat ,Tudor Investment and PRF, LLC), Robotics and Biotechnology (MRTechnology, OpGen, and Bioarrays). He has been editor of Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, AMRX (Applied Mathematics Research Exchange), Transactions on Systems Biology, and Nanotechnology: Science and Applications, and author of a textbook on algorithmic algebra and more than two hundred archived publications. He also holds 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. He is a co-inventor of Optical Mapping, Array Mapping, and Copy-Number Variation Mapping in biotechnologies. His other technological inventions extend to model checkers for circuit verification, robot grasping and fixturing algorithms, reactive robotics, real-time schedulers, and nanotechnology for DNA profiling.
"Prof. Bud Mishra is one of those rare scientists, who excelled in the many fields including physics, engineering, computer science, robotics, finance, genomics, epigenetics, genetics and disease modeling. In the course of his career, Dr. Mishra has been mentored by many scientific and engineering luminaries and has trained two generations of computer science visionaries now leading various cutting edge research at DEShaw, Blackstone, Google, and many other leading companies. We are fascinated by Dr. Mishra's work in cancer genetics and application of mathematical modeling to the many processes related to human aging," said Alex Zhavoronkov, PhD, CEO of InSilico Medicine, Inc.
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In particular I have long hoped for an opportunity to do something direct with Bud Mishra and now that he has also joined the SAB of Insilico Medicine we have a forum to promote brain storming and interactions," said Dr. Charles Cantor, a Professor at Boston University, the former director of the Human Genome Project with the Department of Energy and the Chair of the Science Advisory Board of InSilico Medicine, Inc.
Data Mining Algorithm Explains Complex Biological Processes
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"GOALIE is part of a broader effort to combine data mining with modelling tools", said Bud Mishra, professor of computer science and mathematics with the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at NYU, and corresponding author. Mishra, also a professor of cell biology with the NYU School of Medicine, is investigator on a $10 million National Science Foundation (NSF) Expeditions grant to develop novel computational reasoning tools for complex systems, focusing on biological organs to complex diseases as well as engineered systems. "GOALIE can not just mine patterns but also extract entire formal models that can then be used for posing biological questions and reasoning about hypotheses," said Mishra.
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Ramakrishnan, Mishra, and co-author Marco Antoniotti, associate professor of computer science with the University of Milan, are also inventors on a US patent application about GOALIE for which a notice of allowance has been issued.
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"We hope in the future our work can become key to understanding other important phenomena, like disease progression, ageing, host-pathogen interactions, stress responses, and cell-to-cell communication," said Mishra.
OpGen, Inc. - Whole Genome Analysis Using Physical Maps - Scientific Advisory Board
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Prof. Bud Mishra is a professor of computer science and mathematics at NYU's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences and a professor of cell biology at NYU School of Medicine.He founded the NYU/Courant Bioinformatics Group, a multi-disciplinary group working on research at the interface of computer science and biology.He has developed several sophisticated algorithms and statistical analysis tools to attack biological problems that range from deciphering the genome of pathogens (E. coli, P. falciparum, etc.) to understanding chromosomal aberrations and their relation to cancer genetics.The group s work will eventually lead to diagnostics, therapy, vaccines and drugs for various infectious and genetic diseases.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 Science (Tartan Laboratories, and ATTAP), Finance (Tudor Investment and PRF, LLC), Robotics and Biotechnology.His research has ranged from compilers, algorithms and complexity, logic, and algebra to robotics, finance, internet, and biology.He also holds adjunct professorships at Tata Institute of Fundamental Research and Mt. Sinai School of Medicine.From 2001-04, he was a professor at the Watson School of Biological Science, Cold Spring Harbor Lab.
Lifeboat Foundation Bios: Dr. Bud Mishra
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"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.
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