Jitin Singla is a computational biologist who works on understanding the molecular and mesoscale architecture of cells. He works on finding patterns and spatiotemporal distributions of cellular components using cryo-electron and soft X-ray tomograms. He is interested in understanding the inner workings of the cell and how everything is orchestrated to create life. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics at USC and Visiting Graduate Researcher at UCLA and an active member of the Pancreatic Beta Cell Consortium and World in a Cell project.
World in a Cell
Graduate Student Lead