Graduate students are the engine behind productive research programs at WID and elsewhere. The dozens of graduate students affiliated with WID have elected to make interdisciplinary inquiry a priority in their studies and research.
Mathematical cognition and learning, particularly how representation impacts mathematical reasoning
Role of visualizations in mathematical cognition
Cognitive and emotional effects of educational multimedia design for math and science learning
De novo peptides and chemical origins of life
Computational models of cognition, applied machine learning and data science.
Neural cell differentiation and therapy
Novel CAR T Cell therapy development in translational and bench top settings
Epigenetic mechanisms of somatic cell reprogramming.
Applications of machine learning for signal processing
Understanding the physics at the origins of life.
Optimization algorithms and machine learning
A CRISPR/Cas9 based therapeutic strategy for Alzheimer's disease
Computational methods to model cellular networks.
Regulation of histone methylation via the sensing of methyl-donor metabolite availability.