I am a theoretical physicist working as a post doctoral scholar in the Department of Genetics at Stanford University, in Professor Michael Snyder's Lab. My current computational research focuses on the integration of existing and developing omics technologies and their application in personalized medicine. This includes the study of the dynamics of transcriptomic, proteomic, metabolomic, autoantibodyomic components and their emergent temporal patterns and biological significance. In addition, my investigations include research in protein-protein interactions, determination of biomarkers using protein arrays, geometric sequencing methods, and the dynamics of biological networks.
My doctoral degree focused on mathematical physics, specializing in Theoretical Statistical Physics (Yale University, 2007), with Professor Steven M. Girvin.
I am also very interested in education and teaching. Prior to joining the Snyder Lab I taught at Yale as a Lecturer/Assistant in Instruction of Physics, and as a Mathematics and Science Tutor for Yale College.
© George I. Mias, 2012-2013