Evaluation of the use of therapeutic peptides for cancer treatment
- We gratefully acknowledge funding from the National Science foundation through ECS 424322, DMI‐0304028 NER, and DMR 9984478 CAREER supplement awards, and the Office of Naval Research through a subcontract from the College of William and Mary, NY state through the focus center, and an Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Fellowship (GR).
- Pure and Applied Physics, 1994-2002, Secretary, 1999-2002. Member, US Liason Committee, IUPAP, 1993-2008. Conferences Organization Member, Steering Committee, International Conference on Physics Education: World View on Physics Education in 2005, Focusing on Change, Delhi, India, August 22-25, 2005
- He received his PhD in Applied Plasma Physics (Magnetic Fusion) from Georgia Tech. He has previously been a researcher in plasma physics, applied mathematics (non-linear dynamics associated with liquid film flows), and Lattice-Boltzmann methods in biomedical engineering. His current research interests include machine learning and deep learning.