Bioinformatics Ph.D. Student
M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020
Center for the Study of Systems Biology
Engineered BioSystems Building
950 Atlantic Drive, Room 2141
Atlanta GA, 30332, Mail Code: 2000
- Translational bioinformatics
- Computational drug discovery
- Disease etiology
- Artificial Intelligence
(bioinformatics.gatech.edu, August 27, 2020) Congratulations to Alli Gombolay (PhD), Courtney Astore (MS), Sonali Gupta (MS), and Aaron Pfennig (MS) who were recognized as the 2020 Outstanding Students in Bioinformatics at Georgia Tech. Each student received a monetary award funded by the J. Leland Jackson Endowed Fellowships Fund in Bioinformatics. Students were selected for demonstrated excellence in their academic studies and their bioinformatics research.
(cos.gatech.edu, July 28, 2020) Courtney Astore is a second year Ph.D. student in the Bioinformatics program. While her summer days are packed with virtual classes and research activities, Astore shares that she’s also set aside time for exercise, time with family, and leisure activities like reading.
(bioinformatics.gatech.edu, June 4, 2020) Congratulations to Bioinformatics doctoral student, Courtney Astore, who was recently selected for a 2020 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Scholarship. Courtney will be awarded $3000 for this honor. Students were evaluated on the basis of their academic achievements, engagement with health information technology, leadership, and vision for their future career.
Astore, C, Zhou H, Jacob J, Skolnick J. Submitted. MOATAI-VIR – an AI algorithm that predicts COVID-19’s severe adverse events, molecular features, and drug treatments for COVID-19’s complications.
Astore, C, Zhou H, Jacob J, Skolnick J. 2021. MOATAI-VIR – an AI algorithm that predicts severe adverse events and molecular features for COVID-19’s complications. medRxiv 2021.01.29.21250712; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.01.29.21250712. PDF
*This article is a preprint and has not been certified by peer review.
Young, J, Wiggan D, Astore C, Scheller S, Samsam, M. In Preparation. 3-Indolpropionic Acid as a means of combating Type-2-Diabetes-associated neuropathy.