Arvind Ramanathan is a staff scientist in the Computational Science and Engineering Division and the Health Data Sciences Institute at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. His research interests are at the intersection of data science, high performance computing and biological/healthcare science. He builds data analytic tools to gain insights into the structure-dynamics- function relationships of bio-molecules. In conjunction with biophysical/biochemical experiments and long time- scale computational simulations, his group investigates bio-molecular systems that have implications for human health. In addition, his group has also developed novel data analytic tools for public health surveillance. He has published over 30 papers, and his work has been highlighted in the popular media, including NPR and NBC News. More information about his group and research interests can be found at http://ramanathanlab.org.
2016 UT-Battelle Early Career Award