My name is Nicholas Rossi and I am a results-focused data scientist and systems biologist. I am achieving my PhD from Boston University (expected graduation date January, 2019) studying in the Dunlop Lab. Previously, I worked in the department of theoretical physics at École Normale Supérieure in Paris with Aleksandra Walczak. I spend my days…
- Unpacking, cleaning and analyzing disparate, unstructured data for hidden trends
- Running experiments
- Analyzing statistical phenomena
- Creating beautiful, effective information visualizations
- Forecasting when cells die during antibiotic exposure using stochastic gene expression Rossi NA, Meouche IEM & Dunlop, MJ IN SUBMISSION
Active degradation of a regulator controls coordination of downstream genes Rossi NA, Mora T, Walczak AM & Dunlop, MJ (2018) PLoS Computational Biology, 14(12), e1006634.
Making Waves with Synthetic Oscillators Rossi NA, & Dunlop MJ (2018). Cell Systems, 6(4), 406-407.
- Customized Regulation of Diverse Stress Response Genes by the Multiple Antibiotic Resistance Activator MarA Rossi NA, Dunlop MJ (2017) PLoS Computational Biology 13(1): e1005310. doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005310
Email : nrossi (at) bu.edu