Noah earned his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Texas Tech University under mentor Dr. Ranadip Pal. Noah has previously been a Scott Carter Fellow in the Keller laboratory for a year to facilitate an engineering-biologist collaboration between our labs. His PhD thesis addressed computational & experimental predictions of effective 2-drug combinations for patients with refractory solid tumors (sarcomas), which is work he continues at cc-TDI as an Assistant Member. Noah is also a cc-TDI information security officer. Noah has been a cornerstone scientist of our Engineering Forward initiative. Noah is also a co-founder of First Ascent Biomedical.*
* overlap between cc-TDI and FirstAscent is overseen by a conflict of interest management committee.