Huy Dinh
Assistant Professor

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Huy did Ph.D. at the University of Vienna in Austria where he worked on developing bioinformatics methods for analyzing epigenomics data in collaboration between the Center for Integrative Bioinformatics, Vienna, and the Gregor Mendel Institute, Vienna. Then, he crossed the Atlantic to do a postdoc in cancer epigenomics and intratumoral heterogeneity at the Univerisity of Southern California Cancer Center and Cedars Sinai Medical Center. Prior to joining UW-Madison as a Human Precision Medicine Cluster Hire assistant professor at the McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research with a joint appointment at the Department of Biostatistics and Biomedical Informatics, he was an instructor at the La Jolla for Immunology where he studied myeloid heterogeneity and cancer immunology. Outside of work, Huy likes reading and playing/watching soccer with his son, Alex.

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Aisha Mergaert 
Postdoc, started June 2021

Joshua Brand
CMP PhD program, started Jan 2021.

Athena Golfinos
CMP PhD program, joined August 2021.

Ke Xu
UW undergraduate (Maths)

Malavika Unnikrishnan
UW URS scholar (Computer Science)

We are looking for new lab members who are interested in working in cancer immunology using high-dimensional data profiling and computational approaches.
Join us!

Rotating PhD Students

Sherry Bradford (Cancer Biology graduate program rotation, Fall 2021): Monocyte-Dendritic cell heterogeneity in cancer.

Athena Golfinos (CMP graduate program rotation, Summer 2021): scRNA-seq analysis of Head and Neck cancer.

Daniela Mejía (BDS graduate program rotation, Summer 2021): Isoform expression quantification to identify novel cell-types in cancer scRNA-Seq.

Joshua Brand (CMP graduate program rotation, Fall 2020): Single cell analysis (CITE-Seq) of immune cells.

Alumni  & past research Students

Sophia Ibargüen (Pasadena City College & UCLA undergraduate, 2021 MSTP summer scholar): Comparison of myeloid landscapes in Covid-19 and lung cancer.

Maya Dorje (MD student, UW Shapiro scholar, Summer 2021): Neutrophil heterogeneity in Multiple Myeloma

Parth Khatri (BMI Bio-Data Science Master program,  Fall 2020 & Spring 2021): Cellular communication analysis of immune cells using scRNA-Seq. Currently: internship at GeneTech and incoming BDS PhD student at UW-Madison.