Ramin brings over a decade of experience in proteomics with a focus on software engineering for improved sensitivity, acceleration, workflow automation, and data visualization. Before joining Interline, Ramin was a member of Steven Gygi’s Lab at Harvard Medical School where he contributed to several key projects, including large-scale protein-protein interaction mapping, TMT quantitation methods development, tuning localization of post-translational modifications, intelligent instrument control software, and improved monoisotopic peak detection. He was awarded a B.S. in Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology at UCLA, during which time he contributed to a software platform for alternative splicing annotation as a student researcher in Christopher Lee’s lab in the department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Thereafter, Ramin briefly spent time as a game programmer working on a title by Pandemic Studios for PC and 7th generation consoles. Over the years, Ramin has consulted to provide computational proteomics support across numerous institutions such as Massachusetts General Hospital, and Princeton University. In his downtime, he enjoys cooking with his wife and daughter, and searches for the perfect cup of coffee at local roasters.
Senior Scientist, Bioinformatics