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Data Scientist

Candidate CV

Data Scientis Summary

Modeling dynamic biological systems, developing, and optimizing algorithms, designing and implementing computational tools for the study of biological networks.

Books Publications

  • 1. Weinstein, Nathan, Luis Mendoza, and Elena R. Álvarez-Buylla (2020). “A Computational Model of the Endothelial to Mesenchymal Transition.” Frontiers in genetics 11 40.
  • 2. Weinstein, Nathan, Mendoza, Luis, Gitler, IIsidoro, and Klapp, Jaime (2017). A network model to explore the effect of the micro-environment on endothelial cell behavior during angiogenesis. Frontiers in Physiology, 8, 960.
  • 3. Azpeitia, Eugenio, Stalin Muñoz, Daniel González-Tokman, Mariana Esther Martínez-Sánchez, Nathan Weinstein, Aurélien Naldi, Elena R. Álvarez-Buylla, David A. Rosenblueth, and Luis Mendoza (2017). “The combination of the functionalities of feedback circuits is determinant for the attractors’ number and size in pathway-like Boolean networks.” Scientific Reports 7: 42023.
  • 4. Weinstein, Nathan, Elizabeth Ortiz-Gutiérrez, Stalin Muñoz, David A. Rosenblueth, Elena R. Álvarez-Buylla, and Luis Mendoza (2015). “A model of the regulatory network involved in the control of the cell cycle and cell differentiation in the Caenorhabditis elegans vulva.” BMC bioinformatics 16, no. 1: 1.
  • 5. Weinstein, Nathan, and Luis Mendoza (2013). “A network model for the specification of vulval precursor cells and cell fusion control in Caenorhabditis elegans.” Frontiers in genetics 4: 112.
  • 6. Azpeitia, Eugenio, Nathan Weinstein, Mariana Benítez, Luis Mendoza, and Elena R. Alvarez-Buylla (2014). “Finding missing interactions of the Arabidopsis thaliana root stem cell niche gene regulatory network.” Root systems biology: 97.
  • 7. Weinstein, Nathan, Alejandro Aviles, Isidoro Gitler, and Jaime Klapp (2016). “Computational Simulation of the Hemodynamic Behavior of a Blood Vessel Network.” In Latin American High-Performance Computing Conference, pp. 279–288. Springer, Cham.
  • 8. Weinstein, Nathan, and Benjamin Podbilewicz (2016). “Organogenesis of the C. elegans Vulva and Control of Cell Fusion.” In Organogenetic Gene Networks, pp. 9-56. Springer International Publishing.
  • 9. Weinstein, Nathan, Karla Gisela Pedroza-Ríos, Edgar Nathal, Leonardo Di G. Sigalotti, Isidoro Gitler, and Jaime Klapp (2015). “Modeling the Blood Vessels of the Brain.” In International Conference on Supercomputing, pp. 535- 554. Springer International Publishing.
  • 10. Azpeitia, Eugenio, Nathan Weinstein, Mariana Benítez, Elena R. Alvarez-Buylla, and Luis Mendoza (2013). “Finding
    Missing Interactions in Gene Regulatory Networks Using Boolean Models.” In Proceedings of the European Conference on Complex Systems 2012, pp. 543-551. Springer International Publishing.
  • 11. Weinstein, Nathan, and Luis Mendoza (2012). “Building qualitative models of plant regulatory networks with SQUAD.” Frontiers in plant science 3: 72.

Post-Doctoral Researcher – April 2018 – March 2021

Responsibilities:

  • Modeling endothelial cell behavior during vasculogenesis, angiogenesis, and arteriogenesis. Modeling brain hemodynamics and studying brain arterial malformations.
  • ABACUS Centro de Matemáticas Aplicadas, CINVESTAV-IPN, Estado de México, Mexico

Post-Doctoral Researcher

August 2015 – March 2018

Responsibilities:

  • Modeling endothelial cell behavior during vasculogenesis, angiogenesis, and arteriogenesis. Modeling brain hemodynamics and studying brain arterial malformations.
  • MolySym, Inc., Cambridge, MA

Software Development Consultant

June 2008 – October 2008

Responsibilities:

  • Developed implemented and debugged a data visualization application using Microsoft XNA.

Web Programming Instructor

September 2007 – December 2007

 

Responsibilities:

  • Taught basic computer science, computer architecture, networks, HTML
    and PHP.
  • Computer Science Tutor, 09/2005-01/2008 Assisted and tutored students in C and C++ software development.

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