Gaurav Moghe (PI)
Gaurav is broadly interested in understanding how things turn out the way they do. He is fascinated by the diversity of life and hopes that we will be careful about the way we manage it.
Gaurav was born in Mumbai, India not so (or maybe) long ago. He learnt his trade by obtaining a Masters degree in Biochemistry from India, followed by a dual PhD from Michigan State University in Genetics and Quantitative Biology. During his PhD, Gaurav did a lot of computational biology research, but switched to doing a significant amount of bench-work during his postdoc.
In his spare time, Gaurav likes to watch TV and explore the outdoors, but not both at the same time. His favorite number is 42.
Download CV (updated Mar 2019)
People who actually do the work
Currently pursuing a PhD in analytical chemistry in University of Vienna
China Scholars Council, Visiting Scientist. Currently, Lecturer, Fujian University
Undergraduate researcher (2017-2019). Current position: Postgraduate coordinator, Engaged Cornell
Visitors who did amazing work while here
Visiting high school student (Summer 2020)
Visiting intern, Kiel University (Fall 2018)
BTI-REU intern. Currently an undergrad at U. Portland (Summer 2018)
REU summer 2019
Rotation graduate students
Arielle Johnson (2018) - currently jointly advised with Margaret Frank
Nicole Szeluga (2019)
Gordon Younkin (2019)
Michael Miller (2019)
Ben Fehr (2020)