Mohamad is a PhD candidate in the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences & Technology program and co-advised by Paul Blainey and George Daley. He is developing technologies for live-cell transcriptomics and has previously co-founded and led two medical device startups.
Anubhav Sinha is a graduate student in medical engineering and medical physics within the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology. He works across the groups of Ed Boyden and Aviv Regev, with a focus on spatial mapping of biological components in systems biology.
Petar Todorov is currently a Scientific Software Programmer at the Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology at Harvard Medical School. His interests are at the nexus bioscience, society, and business; he has past experience in academic and industry settings where he has explored bioinformatics, machine learning, and AI applied to life science. Petar was a Leader of Tomorrow at GapSummit 2016 and is currently on the GapSummit 2019 executive team.