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  • Shamma Shakila Rahman

    Shamma Shakila Rahman

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Human Gene Therapy

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsImmunological pathophysiology of Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome

  • Mahalakshmi Ramamurthy

    Mahalakshmi Ramamurthy

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics

    BioI am specifically interested in the development of attentional mechanisms and its intersection with the development of reading ability (and therefore reading disability). I am broadly interested in understanding the basic mechanisms that are causally related to naturally occurring conditions, like amblyopia and dyslexia, and how understanding basic mechanisms can be implemented in effective remediation. In particular, Dyslexia interests me as a model to investigate the development and the intersection of visual attentional mechanisms in the development of reading. At Stanford, my research will focus on the role of visual attention in Dyslexia.

  • Izabela Mauricio Rezende

    Izabela Mauricio Rezende

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Infectious Diseases

    BioI have a B.S. in Biology, M.Sc. in Immunology and Infectious diseases, Ph.D. in Microbiology, and a broad background in virology/microbiology and molecular biology applied to viral infectious diseases. I have a vast knowledge of classical virology, molecular biology, phylogenetic analysis, serological, and molecular diagnosis. I am working on recent YF outbreaks, focusing on viral dynamics, ecology, diagnosis, and the investigation of virological, immunological, and clinical aspects during the course of infection. We have supported the hospital and Secretary of Health of Minas Gerais with some laboratory testing applied to diagnosis of YF, viral genotyping related to YF patients suspected to have adverse events following vaccination, and other analysis. We also have been working on dynamics of the outbreak, on the virological, epidemiological, and immunological aspects during the course of yellow fever. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we also supported the Brazilian Ministry of Health with the SARS-CoV-2 diagnosis in human samples and also in the investigation of the SARS-CoV-2 RNA in surfaces of density public areas of Belo Horizonte. Since Nov/2018 I had been an editor in the journal Docência do Ensino Superior (RDES / GIZ / UFMG) and in Jan/2020 I became Editor-in-Chief.

  • Adam C Richie-Halford

    Adam C Richie-Halford

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics

    BioAdam Richie-Halford is a postdoctoral scholar in the Division of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics at Stanford University and an affiliate of the eScience Institute at the University of Washington. He received his B.S. in engineering physics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, his M.S. in Physics from the California State University in Long Beach, and his Ph.D. in physics from the University of Washington, where he performed large-scale quantum Monte Carlo simulations of systems encountered in nuclear theory. Along the way he also served as an officer in the Air Force and as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Kingdom of Morocco.

    Currently, Adam works with Professor Jason Yeatman to develop new statistical learning techniques for the analysis of neuroimaging data and new browser-based technologies to assist deep phenotyping of dyslexia. He seeks to understand the biophysical properties of the brain’s white matter using large open datasets containing diffusion MRI images, such as the Human Connectome Project (HCP), the Healthy Brain Network (HBN) study, and the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) study. He is also interested in developing open-source software tools to enable other scientists to analyze and share large datasets. Adam is a member of the Software and Data Carpentry communities.