Publishing a research paper is an important step in your career whether you choose to pursue an academic or industry field. Writing and publishing a research paper, however, is not an easy job - it needs time, appropriate training, and mentor guidance.
That is why we have designed the OmicsLogic Research Fellowship Program to help young researchers and students from a diverse range of backgrounds to take advantage of the bioinformatics resources for the analysis of complex life science data. Let us take a look at what is the present status of our former research fellows.
Can A High School Student Participate In Research & Contribute To Scientific Community? The Answer Is YES!
Andrés Muedano Sosa, High School Student at Colegio Suizo de México offers a great example of how a high school student can make a difference in the scientific community with the right amount of quality training.
Under the guidance of Dr. Harpreet Kaur, Postdoctoral Computational Scientist at National Cancer Institute, Maryland, United States, he completed his research project on “Insilco Transcriptomics Analysis of Microglial Cells - Towards a Global Understanding of Immune Activation in Alzheimer’s Disease”.
Where is he now? He is presently continuing his studies at Colegio Suizo de México. He is also the Leader of the Encuentro Promesa Commission, Colegio Suizo de México, and a Student Intern at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico.
Presentation Recording: https://youtu.be/vyBvmYLw2k4
OmicsLogic Research Project Gets Published In Immunogenetics! Let’s Find Out How!
Rutvi Vaja is a student of Integrated B.Sc. – M.Sc. Biomedical Sciences, Department of Biomedical Sciences and Research, School of Science, Navrachana University, Gujarat, India. Under the guidance of Dr. Harpreet Kaur, Postdoctoral Computational Scientist at National Cancer Institute, Maryland, United States, she completed a project on “In Silico Analysis of Transcriptomic Profiling and Affected Biological Pathways in Multiple Sclerosis”.
Where is she now? Presently, she is continuing her studies at Navrachana University, Gujarat, India. She also went on to publish her research project at “Immunogenetics” – an open-access journal focusing on the genetic research areas of autoimmune disorders.
Webinar Recording: https://youtu.be/RbGMsxFf_Ek
OmicsLogic Research Fellow Gets Accepted To Erasmus Mundus IMBRSea Program!
Dilara Diken was a B.Sc. Molecular Biology & Genetics student from Bahcesehir University, Istanbul, Turkey. Under the guidance of Dr. Harpreet Kaur, Postdoctoral Computational Scientist at National Cancer Institute, Maryland, United States, she completed a project on “Radiation Threats to Humans in Space and An Alternative Approach with Probiotics”.
Where is she now? Presently, she has been accepted to the international program 'Erasmus Mundus IMBRSea Program' and is pursuing a major in marine biological resources on valorization/blue biotechnology.
Presentation Recording: https://youtu.be/Znj-p8gpD2g
From Being A Biotech Graduate To Working Abroad As A Research Technician - Meet A Precision Medicine Enthusiast!
Meet Dhruv Mehra! He was a B.Sc Medical Biotechnology student from Amity University, Noida, India. Being a precision medicine enthusiast, soon after graduation, he enrolled in the OmicsLogic Research Fellowship Program. Under the guidance of Dr. Harpreet Kaur, Research Consultant, & Mentor, Pine Biotech, he completed a research project on “Transcriptomic Analysis of Histological Subtypes in Esophageal Adenocarcinoma”.
Where is he now? After completing my M.Sc. Precision Medicine from Machester University, he is presently working as a Research Technician at Imagen Therapeutics in Manchester, England, United Kingdom.
Blog Link: Read About Dhruv Mehra’s Research Project, Here.
Where Are The Poster Presentation Winners Of Omics Research Symposium 2022? Let’s Find Out!
Shubham Kumar and Ojasvi Dutta were the students of M.Sc. Bioinformatics from Panjab University, Chandigarh, India. After joining the Bioinformatics Research Fellowship Program, the team worked under the guidance of Dr. Raghavendran Lakshminarayanan, Research Consultant and Mentor, Pine Biotech on “Effects Of Microgravity On HiPSCs-CMs (Cardiac And Muscle Activity)”.
Where are they now? After completing their studies, both the research fellows joined Pine Biotech – Shubham Kumar as a Business Intern and Ojasvi Dutta as a Technical Coordinator.
Feeling motivated to work on your own research project? Then don't miss the chance to register yourself for the Bioinformatics Research Fellowship Program!
To learn more about the program, please visit the link: https://edu.omicslogic.com/omics-logic-research-fellowship