Alumni of the UNM ML LabHere are some of the students who have graduated from my lab and gone on to (hopefully illustrious) endeavors elsewhere:
- Noorus Sahar Abubucker (MS 2005): siRNA efficacy prediction. Currently at the Genome Sequencing Center in St. Louis.
- Aaron Brooks (Postbaccelaureate): Specificity of micro-RNA binding. Currently at the Institute for Systems Biology at the University of Washington.
- John Burge (PhD 2007): Bayesian structure search for analysis of fMRI data. Currently at Google.
- Patrick Carlson (undegrad).
- Eduardo Corona (Postbaccelaureate): Smoothing splines for combinatorial spaces. Currently at the Courant Institute for Mathematical Sciences at New York University.
- Nathan Fabian (MS 2008): User modeling and behavioral cloning for interactive games. Currently at Sandia National Labs.
- Laura Glendenning (undergrad): Reinforcement learning; psychologically grounded ML. Currently at Carnegie Mellon.
- Anuj Gupta (MS 2006): Dynamic Bayesian networks; user models. Currently at Bloomberg L.P.
- Angeline Madrid (undergrad): Quantitative modeling of RNA interference. Currently a graduate student at the University of Washington Dept of Chemistry.
- Rory McGuire
(undergrad): Privacy protecting data mining. Currently at Apple computers.
- Will McMain (undergrad): Reinforcement learning for malware detection.
- Dennis Paiz-Ramirez (undergrad): Reinforcement learning for malware detection. Currently at Stanford.
- Kavan Puranik (MS 2004): Protocols for secure, low bandwidth, wireless communications
- Shibin Qiu (PhD 2006): Quantitative modeling of RNA interference (a.k.a., RNA silencing; Posttranscriptional gene silencing) processes. Currently at Pathwork Diagnostics
- Sushmita Roy (PhD 2009): Genomics and bioinformatics. Currently at the Broad Institute, MIT/Harvard.
- Avani Wildani (MS): Data mining from neuroinformatics and psychological data.
- Wenzhong Zhao (PostDoc 2004-2005): Quantitative modeling of RNA silencing (a.k.a., RNA interference; Posttranscriptional gene silencing) processes. Currently at Los Alamos National Laboratories.