About Kerim Kaylan

I am an MD/PhD student at the University of Illinois College of Medicine. My doctoral work in the Tissue Development and Engineering Laboratory with Professor Gregory Underhill was focused on creating and using tissue engineering methods (chiefly cellular microarrays) to study biological processes related to stem and progenitor cell fate. I extensively utilize ImageJ, CellProfiler, R, and related software packages to analyze, interpret, and present my data and am actively interested in new computational methods for understanding and visualizing biology. Outside of school and lab, I enjoy reading, playing viola, tinkering with computers, running, strength training, and practicing aikido.

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