Adria Carbo is a PhD student in the NIMML, studying Genomics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology.
B.S. in Biotechnology from Barcelona
Internships with Vall Hebron Hospital, the Biostatics Biomedical Unit at the University of Barcelona, and NIMML
“My goal is to keep growing as a scientist, doing high-quality research and reinventing myself everyday, opening new doors and of course, feeding that inner curiosity that is always there.”
Adria has researched CD4+ T-cell differentiation since he was an Undergraduate Research Assistant, with a focus on creating an expansive computational model. His work carries over into the wet lab, including the immune response to an infection by Helicobacter pylori. Much of his work is done with the Center for Modeling Immunity to Enteric Pathogens, or MIEP.