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Basic Life Research Scientist, Dermatology Operations
Current Role at StanfordResearch Scientist, Khavari Lab
Eon Joseph Rios, MD, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor (Affiliated), Dermatology Operations
Staff, Dermatology Operations
BioEon Rios, M.D., Ph.D., is a Clinical Assistant Professor (Affiliated) of Dermatology at Stanford University and Attending Physician at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. His research interests span basic science investigations studying non-coding regulators of epidermal differentiation to investigations of the skin and gut Microbiome in dermatology patients. Clinically he is interested in general and complex medical dermatology.
Suhas Srinivasan, Ph.D.
Principal Bioinformatics Scientist, Dermatology Operations
BioI develop computational methods to discover insights at various resolutions of the biological hierarchy i.e., molecules, cells, tissues, organs, organism and population-scale.
In my current role, I lead the bioinformatics efforts for two groups that are pioneers in epigenomics research.
We study tissue development, cancer evolution, and autoimmunity using multiomics, with a focus on the non-coding genome.
I have a total of seven years of academic research experience and three years of industry experience.
I received my Ph.D. in Data Science specializing in machine learning development for diverse life science problems.
My research interests include artificial intelligence to identify novel patterns in multiomics data, psychometrics and neuroimaging data; structural bioinformatics and computational epidemiology. Additionally, I have conducted research in anomaly detection, and community detection in biological networks.
I am the co-inventor of a patented anomaly detection method for real-time streaming data.
Scientific Director, Dermatology Operations
BioAs the Scientific Director of RNA Medicine Program at Stanford University, Dr. Miao-Chih Tsai leads and manages research portfolio of RNA Medicine Program. Before this role, she was a senior editor of Cell. Dr. Tsai was trained as a scientist at University of Cambridge and Stanford University, and had over a decade of experience in evaluating the top developments in biomedical research. Having experienced its power to inspire, she is an ardent proponent of science and strives to directly promote further advancements and shape the direction of biomedical research, with a goal of therapeutic application and patient impact.