Dr. Shubham Tripathi is a Yale-Boehringer Ingelheim Biomedical Data Science Fellow and a postdoctoral associate in the Tsang lab. His research focuses on using computational and physics-based mechanistic modeling to understand the systems biology of immune responses to infection and vaccination, particularly the mechanisms driving heterogeneity in the responses across individuals. Dr. Tripathi graduated from the Systems, Synthetic, and Physical Biology PhD Program at Rice University in 2022. His PhD thesis research focused on the physical and computational modeling of the mechanisms underlying heterogeneity and plasticity in cell-fate choice, with a special interest in tumor cell behavior. He previously received a bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences and Bioengineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur.
Education & Training
- PhDRice University, Systems, Synthetic, and Physical Biology (2022)
- BTechIndian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Biological Sciences and Bioengineering (2016)