I combine state-of-the-art wet-lab, imaging and machine intelligence to visualize, measure and predict the strategies different pathogens developed to ensure their survival and procreation at the expense of their host. I'm interested in the late events occurring in human cells infected by replicating pathogens like viruses. Using the data-driven approach augmented with data analysis I am exploring the hidden host-pathogen interaction and develop novel antiviral strategies.
2016 | Postdoc, Zinkernagel group at Zurich University Hospital, Switzerland
2014 | PhD, University of Zurich (Interdisciplinary PhD program and Molecular Life Science of Zurich Life Science Graduate school)
2008 | Degree, Pharmaceutical Chemistry from Belarusian State University
2014 | PhD thesis faculty award (MNF UZH)
European Research Council
Viral pathogens, Computational Biology
BioImage Informatics, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence