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Shannon Quinn

Shannon is an Assistant Professor jointly appointed in the Computer Science and Cellular Biology Departments at the University of Georgia.

He received his Ph.D. in Computational Biology from the Joint Carnegie Mellon-University of Pittsburgh Ph.D. Program in Computational Biology, working with his advisor Dr. Chakra Chennubhotla. He received his M.S. in Computational Biology from Carnegie Mellon University under the direction of his thesis advisor Dr. Robert Murphy. He completed his B.S. in Computer Science at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Mojtaba Fazli
Computer Science

Scalable biomedical imaging.

Roi Ceren
Computer Science

Scalable decision theory.

BahaaEddin AlAila
Computer Science

Eigensolvers and deep learning.

Dominic Gray
IDEAS

Disease surveillance and modeling. Jointly supervised with Dr. John Drake.

Ankita Joshi
Artificial Intelligence

Open source spectral clustering.

Narita Pandhe
Computer Science

Large-scale bioimaging.

Christian McDaniel
Artificial Intelligence

Neuroscience and neuroimaging.

Rajeswari Sivakumar
Artificial Intelligence

Neuroscience and neuroimaging.

Charles Lu
Computer Science

Deep learning of ciliary motion.

Miller Mrosek, B.S. in Exercise Science and Statistics. Graduated May 2017, and will start the Georgia Tech M.S. in Analytics Program in Fall 2017.
Geoffrey Mon. Graduated high school May 2017, and will start the B.S. in Computer Science program at Princeton in Fall 2017.
Jonathan Waring, B.S. in Computer Science.
Alekhya Chennupati, M.S. in Computer Science. Graduated May 2017.
Madhura Gadgil, M.S. in Computer Science. Graduated December 2016.
Manish Ranjan, M.S. in Computer Science. Graduated May 2016.
Chinasa T. Okolo, B.S. in Computer Science (Pomona College; REU 2015)