Salil Bhate

I am an Eric and Wendy Schmidt Center Postdoctoral Fellow at the Broad Institute, working with Juan Caicedo and Caroline Uhler.

I work on formal tools to represent phenotypic information (e.g., tissue organization) and its encoding in the genome.

I obtained my PhD (with thesis titled "Towards semantic representations of tissue organization from high-parameter imaging") in Bioengineering at Stanford University, where my advisor was Garry Nolan. A summary of this research can be found in my talk at the Broad's Models, Inference and Algorithms Initiative.

Before Stanford, I did my undergraduate/master's in pure math(s) at the University of Cambridge and some synthetic biology.

Here is my google scholar profile and CV [last updated August '22].