Postdoctoral Research Scientist
Luis Aparicio is a postdoctoral research scientist in Columbia University Systems Biology department. He did his graduate degree in physics combined with studies in mathematics at Universidad Autonoma in Madrid and Music at the Madrid Conservatory specializing in ancient music. He received his MSc and PhD in theoretical physics at the Institute for Theoretical Physics in Madrid. He did his first postdoctoral research at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics working at the interface between string theory, particle physics and cosmology. His current research interest is focused on developing mathematical methods to address problems in systems biology, in particular he is studying the role that Random Matrix Theory plays in the contexts of single-cell and cancer genomics.
PhD, Universidad Autonoma, Madrid, Spain Theoretical Physics
M.Sc., Universidad Autonoma, Madrid, Spain Theoretical Physics