Edroaldo has experience in developing new algorithms to analyze multidimensional biological data, such as those generated by single-cell RNA-sequencing. He uses a combination of systems biology and machine learning to provide unique insights into cellular differentiation and reprogramming, as well as in cancer. Edroaldo has authored significant publications in the field of systems biology and cell engineering. He received his BS in Computer Science from Universidade do Extremo Sul Catarinense, MSc in Electrical Engineering, and a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (Brazil), working at the interface between systems biology and nanotechnology. He spent 2013 at the Wyss Institute at Harvard as a visiting PhD student, and more recently completed postdoctoral training at Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School. Edroaldo is interested in accelerating clinical translation of cellular therapies through systems biology.
Origins: Torres RS, Brazil (but I don't like soccer)
Bucket List: Alaska
Interests: Coding, writing, walking