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Geoffrey H. Siwo
Research Assistant Professor
Center for Research Computing
Eck Institute for Global Health
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Notre Dame 
Email: gsiwo@nd.edu

Geoffrey is currently a research assistant professor at the Center for Research Computing and the Eck Institute for Global Health, University of Notre Dame, IN, USA. His research focuses on accelerated and equitable innovation using emerging computational technologies such as artificial intelligence, programmable biotechnologies such as CRISPR/Cas systems and frameworks for scientific discovery at a global scale such as open innovation challenges.  Previously, he was a lead researcher at IBM Research Africa and a co-founder of Helix Nanotechnologies, a DNA nanotechnology company. His work has been featured in several media including CNN, USA Today, Fast Company, Ozy, among other media.

Students

 

Rachel Kunnen - MS Global Health (Graduated 2018)

Research Area: Potential applications of thermal imaging in understanding hypothermia in newborns

 

Jessica Wisniewski - MS Global Health 

Research Area: Hypothermia during newborn referral and transport to hospitals

Kevin Michael - Science Business/ Data Science Major 

Research Area: Automated mining of gene editing (CRISPR/Cas) literature

Katherine Bockholt- Pre-Health and Economics Major

Research Area: Reliability of patient web portals such as WebMD and PatientsLikeMe for disease diagnosis

Rioke Diejomaoh- Science Pre-professional Major

Research Area: Reliability of patient web portals such as WebMD and PatientsLikeMe for disease diagnosis