Postdoc Researcher, Bader Lab
The Donnelly Centre,
University of Toronto (UofT)
Contact Address: Map
160 College Street, Room 630
The Donnelly Centre
University of Toronto
Canada, M5S 3E1
Email: mohamed.attiashahata AT utoronto.ca
I am a Postdoc researcher at Bader Lab, The Donnelly Centre of the University of Toronto. I got my BSc in Genetics from Al-Azhar University (Cairo, Egypt) then attended one-year course in Information Technology at the Information Technology Institute (ITI) (Giza, Egypt). Later on, I joined The Institute for Advanced Biosciences (IAB) of Keio University (Tokyo & Tsuruoka, Japan) where I got my MSc and PhD in Systems Biology.I did my first postdoctoral training at Professor Yasushi Ishihama's lab at the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences of Kyoto University (Kyoto, Japan).
During my Master. PhD and postdoctoral training I worked in mathematical modeling immunity pathways, Bioinformatic, Computational Biology, Proteomics, Systems Biology, Proteogenomics, Cancer Biology, Next-generation Sequence data analysis.
My current focus is developing novel methods for mutations identification in cancer and studying the mutations impact in PPI networks.
I am married to Heba Magdi and I have two kids Omar and Yusof.
Fields of Interest
Bioinformatic, Computational Biology, Proteomics, Systems Biology, Proteogenomics, Cancer Biology, Next-generation Sequence data analysis
MohamedHelmy (last edited 2016-02-26 01:14:19 by MohamedHelmy)