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Iman Tavassoly (MD, PhD)

I am a physician-scientist and postdoc research fellow at Mount Sinai Institute for Systems Biomedicine and Systems Biology Center New York of Mount Sinai Medical School.

I work at Ravi Iyengar Lab and use computational and mathematical methods combined with clinical,  in vitro and in vivo data and technologies to discover and design new diagnostic and therapeutic modalities for precision medicine and oncology.

I received my Ph.D. under the supervision of Joh Tyson and Robert Clarke on Systems Biology of Cancer. I used a set of mathematical modalities (nonlinear dynamics and bifurcation theory) and quantitative experiment to build an in silico model of Autophagy in the context of therapeutic resistance in cancer. 

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My CV is available here.

Highlights from my Research

Systems Therapeutics for Precision Oncology

Systems Therapeutics for Precision Oncology

Systems Therapeutics for Precision Oncology

mTOR Signalling and Cell Fate Decision in Cancer

Systems Biology 

Systems Biology of Autophagy in Cancer