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Team Nanoverse

David Bruce Borenstein

David is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics at Princeton University, where he recently completed his Ph.D. Before coming to Princeton, David worked in genome sequencing at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. His scientific interests focus on evolutionary dynamics, particularly with respect to the evolution of cooperation and conflict. In addition to his scientific training, David holds a degree in philosophy.

Ned S. Wingreen

Ned S. Wingreen

Scientific advisor

Ned S. Wingreen is the Howard A. Prior Professor of the Life Sciences at Princeton University. Professor Wingreen has published extensively in microbial biophysics, with particular emphasis on quorum sensing, intercellular signaling and cellular structure. Before coming to Princeton, Professor Wingreen worked at the NEC Research Institute, where he published extensively in the domain of condensed-matter physics.

Elizabeth Bradley

Elizabeth Bradley

Contributing developer

Elizabeth Bradley is an undergraduate at Princeton University concentrating in Computer Science.

Samuel Pritt

Samuel Pritt

Contributing developer

Bio coming soon!

Zhiyuan Li

Zhiyuan Li

Postdoctoral researcher

Zhiyuan Li is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science. She is interested in applying physics theory and computational methods to study the emergent complexity of biological systems. One of her current project is to investigate the crisis coral reefs induced by climate change using agent-based modeling.

Olivia Chu

Olivia Chu

Graduate researcher

Olivia Chu is a Ph.D. student in Quantitative and Computational Biology at Princeton University. She received a B.A. in mathematics from NYU’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, where she studied the locomotion of the unicellular protist Euglena. At Princeton, Olivia’s current research interests are in biological modeling and biophysics.

Nanoverse Alumni

Annie Maslan

Annie Maslan

Undergraduate Researcher

Annie Maslan graduated in 2015 from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Princeton University. Her thesis work in Ned Wingreen’s lab explores the role of type VI secretion in microbial communities using Nanoverse. Annie also works as a Research Associate at Gilead Sciences characterizing IHC biomarkers using image analysis.

C. Daniel Greenidge

C. Daniel Greenidge

Contributing developer

Daniel Greenidge is an undergraduate at Princeton University concentrating in Operations Research and Financial Engineering with a certificate in Quantitative and Computational Biology. He is interested in using statistical and computational techniques to understand ecological systems. Before working in the Wingreen lab, he developed ultrafast laser pulse measurement techniques at JILA (NIST/CU-Boulder).