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Mai obtained Ph.D. in Chemical Biology from McMaster University in 2019. Her Ph.D. research focused on metabolomics of irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease. Later, she worked as a postdoc under Dr. Jeff Xia at McGill University and became more familiar with R programming and computational work in the field of metabolomics. Currently, she works under Dr. David Wishart to make metabolomics-based personalized health assessment more accessible in partnership with an industrial partner.
Dr. Wishart has active research programs in structural biology, nanobiology, synthetic biology, prion biology, bioinformatics and metabolomics. Some of his lab’s most significant contributions have been in the area of protein chemical shift analysis and the prediction of protein structure. Using advanced methods in NMR spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, multi-dimensional chromatography and machine learning Dr. Wishart and his colleagues identified or found evidence for more than 8000 endogenous metabolites (Human Metabolome Database).
Lusine received her Ph.D. in Mathematics under the supervision of prof. V. Bogachev from Moscow State University in the area of nonlinear stochastic equations for measures. She works in Dr. D. Wishart’s computational group, where she learned machine learning and Python and developed tools for applications in bioinformatics. She also works in research involving applications of EPR spectroscopy at the Applied Pharmaceutical Innovation.
Ishu has a BSc in electrical engineering and has interest in digital signal processing and data science. He has worked in the Wishart Research Group to apply machine learning to various applications in bioinformatics, biology, and metabolomics.
Jasmine received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology, majoring in Molecular Biology and minoring in Marine Biology, from the University of New Brunswick in April 2013. She then pursued her Master’s degree in Epidemiology from the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health from McGill University in May 2016. Her research interest is integrating microbiome and metabolomics data to gain deep functional insights.
He received a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Missouri-Columbia, USA, in 2002, where he studied the structure and dynamics of oncoviral proteins with high-resolution NMR methods. Mark conducted his post-doctoral research of protein structural biology in University of Michigan, USA, and then joined Dr. Wishart’s group at University of Alberta, Canada, to work on data analysis and software development in the fields of metabolomics, NMR, and protein structure and dynamics.