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+1 650 721 2599 (office phone)
+1 650 724 5122 (lab phone)
+1 650 724 5114 (fax)
Mailing address
Department of Biology
Stanford University
371 Jane Stanford Way
Stanford, CA 943055s020 USA
Last modified 642024 


Rosenberg Lab, December 2019:
Front: Gili Greenbaum, Jaehee Kim, Susan Mello, Alissa Severson, Airam
Blancas, Alyssa Fortier; Back: Xiran Liu, Kayla Denton, Egor Alimpiev,
Danny Cotter, Noah Rosenberg.


Noah Rosenberg, principal investigator.
[ brief bio]


PhD students and postdocs:




Lily AgranatTamir, postdoc. Lily completed her B.Sc. in
Mathematics, her M.S. in Genetics, and separate Ph.D. degrees in Molecular
Biology and Statistics, all at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In her
most recent work, Lily has pursued statistical population genetics, with
an emphasis on populationgenomic data analysis. Her work includes a large
study of the ancient genomics of the Levant region, and she is the author
of LINADMIX, a program for analyzing admixture in modern populations in
terms of contributions of ancient populations. In the lab, Lily's research
interests focus on populationgenetic models and statistics, particularly
on admixture, genealogical models, and identity by descent. (Dec 2021 
present)



Kennedy Agwamba, postdoc. Kennedy completed his B.S. in
Mathematical & Computational Biology at Harvey Mudd College in 2016 and
his Ph.D. in Computational Biology at the University of California,
Berkeley. His PhD work covered computational and empirical population
genetics of the humancommensal rodent, Mus musculus domesticus,
analyzing its demographic history through transatlantic migrations from
Europe to the Americas. Kennedy's research in the lab focuses on
population genetics of genetic admixture, with a focus on computational
methods and human populations. (June 2024  present)



Daniel Bauman, PhD rotation student (Computational and
Mathematical Engineering Ph.D. program). Daniel received a B.A. in
Mathematics from Princeton University in 2023. His undergraduate
research focused on mathematical modeling in biology, considering topics
such as evolutionary game theory, spatial modeling of soil nutrients and
nitrogen fixation, and ecological competition. In the lab, Daniel's
research interests are in mathematical evolutionary models, mathematical
ecology, and evolutionary trees. Daniel is supported by a Stanford
Graduate Fellowship. (Sep 2023  present)



Egor Lappo, Ph.D. student (Ecology and Evolution
Ph.D. program). Egor completed his B.S. in Mathematics at Stanford in
2022. His undergraduate studies covered many topics in mathematics and
mathematical evolutionary biology; he has completed research in the areas
of coalescent theory, cultural evolution, knot theory, and phylogenetic
combinatorics, including several projects in the lab. Egor's current
studies focus on combinatorics of evolutionary trees, coalescent theory,
cultural evolution, and mathematical population genetics. (Oct 2018 
present)



Maike Morrison, PhD student (Ecology and Evolution
Ph.D. program). Maike completed her B.S. in Mathematics at the
University of Texas, Austin, in 2020. Her undergraduate research
spanned a range of topics at the intersection of math, statistics, and
population biology, including phylogenetics and phylogeography of
cyanobacteria, disease ecology of brucellosis in elk, mathematical
epidemiology of COVID19, biostatistical analysis of vaccination, and
genomewide association analysis of immunological traits. Maike's
research in the lab covers many aspects of mathematical genetics, with
a current focus on population structure. Maike is supported by a
Stanford Graduate Fellowship and a National Science Foundation
Graduate Research Fellowship. (Sep 2020  present)



Juan Esteban Rodriguez Rodriguez, PhD student (Ecology and
Evolution Ph.D. program). Esteban completed his B.S. degree at the
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México in 2016 in the area of
Genomic Sciences, and his M.S. degree at the Instituto Politecnico
Nacional de México in Integrative Biology in 2019. His research
has focused on human population genetics and genomics, with an
emphasis on population genetics of the populations of
México. During his M.S. work, Esteban examined a genetic signature
of ancestry from East Asia in the Acapulco region of México,
tracing this signature to the Manila Galleon colonial trade route with
the Philippines. In the lab, Esteban is continuing his work on genetic
admixture and the genetic history of Mexico. Esteban is supported by a
Stanford Graduate Fellowship. (Jan 2023  present)



Chloe Shiff, PhD student (Computational and Mathematical
Engineering Ph.D. program). Chloe completed her B.S. degree in Applied
Mathematics and Biology at Brandeis University, graduating in 2022. Her
undergraduate research examined a variety of questions in mathematical
biology, investigating topics with applications in cell biology,
epidemiology, and immunology. Chloe's research interests are in
mathematical population dynamics and mathematical phylogenetics. Chloe
is supported by a National Science Foundation Graduate Research
Fellowship.


Undergraduates and coterminal master's students:




Zarif Ahsan, undergraduate. Zarif is a member of the
undergraduate class of 2025, majoring in Mathematics and Symbolic
Systems. Zarif has previously conducted research in neuroscience and
imaging. In the lab, his work focuses on mathematical properties of
populationgenetic statistics. (Jun 2022  present)



Francis Beckert, undergraduate. Francis is a member of the
undergraduate class of 2025, majoring in Mathematics. Francis has
previously performed research in bioinformatics and machine
learning. In the lab, Francis's work focuses on combinatorics of
evolutionary trees. (Sep 2022  present)



Emily Dickey, coterm. Emily is in the
undergraduate class of 2024, majoring in Mathematics with coterminal
master's in Computational and Mathematical Engineering expected in
2025. Emily has previously conducted geophysical research on
computational fluid dynamics of magma and water flow in volcanic
conduits and energy economics research on financing of highcarbon
infrastructure. In the lab, Emily is studying phylogenetic models and
multifurcating trees. (Apr 2023  present)



Michael Doboli, undergraduate. Michael is an undergraduate in
the class of 2025, majoring in Mathematics and in Computer
Science. Michael has previously conducted research in natural
language processing. Michael's work in the lab examines the
combinatorics of evolutionary trees. (Apr 2023  present)



Bradley Moon, undergraduate. Bradley is an undergraduate in
the class of 2025. His major is Mathematics. Bradley has previously
conducted research in Brownian motion and partial differential
equations. His work in the lab is in the area of mathematical
properties of populationgenetic statistics. (Sep 2022  present)


Current Stanford undergraduates and coterm students not currently active in the lab:




Andrew Lee, undergraduate. Andrew is in the undergraduate class of 2025. He is doublemajoring in Mathematics and Philosophy. Andrew's work in the lab examines combinatorics of evolutionary trees, with an emphasis on multilabeled trees. (Sep 2022  Mar 2023)



Tarun Martheswaran, undergraduate. Tarun is a member of the
undergraduate class of 2025, majoring in Mathematics and Data
Science. Tarun has previously conducted research in cancer genomics,
machine learning, and mathematical epidemiology. In the lab, his work
focuses on mathematical properties of populationgenetic statistics. (Jun
2022  Aug 2022)


Lab photos:




Bradley
Moon, Juan
Esteban
Rodriguez,
Noah
Rosenberg,
Chloe Shiff, Xiran Liu,
Michael
Doboli (hike
in Huddart
Park, June
2023).



Egor Lappo, Chloe Shiff, Xiran Liu,
Noah Rosenberg, Kaleda Denton, Maike
Morrison, Lily AgranatTamir
(Graduation! June 2023).



Noah Rosenberg, Alessandra
Maranca, Maike Morrison,
Danny Cotter, Matt King,
Xiran Liu
(Foothills Park, July 2021).



Filippo Disanto, Alan Aw, Susan Mello, Jonathan Kang, Jaehee
Kim, Ilana Arbisser, Rohan Mehta, Olga Kamneva, Doc Edge, Amy Goldberg,
Nicolas Alcala, Lawrence Uricchio, Noah Rosenberg (Stanford, June
2016).

