Outreach and Grants

Lei Xie:

Drug repurposing for Alzheimer’s disease using structural systems pharmacology; Agency: NIA/NIH; Duration: 2018-2023, Role: PI.

Omics data integration and analysis for structure-based multi-target drug design; Agency: NIGMS/HIH; Duration: 2017-2021, Role:PI.

Anti-infectious drug discovery using structural systems pharmacology; Aency: NCATS/NIH; Duration: 2016-2019, Role: PI.

Drug discovery by integrating chemical genomics and structural systems biology; Agency: NLM/NIH; Duration: 2014-2019, Role: PI.

Saptarshi Debroy:

CC* Integration: End-to-End Performance and Security Driven Federated Data-Intensive Workflow Management; Agency: National Science Foundation;  Duration: 2018-2020, Role: Co-Principal investigator.

Project Khaleesi – Mentoring tomorrow’s Cyber Security Queen of Dragons Agency:Women in Technology and Entrepreneurship in New York;  Duration: 2017-2018, Role: Principal investigator.

Katherine St. John:

Research funding provided by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Simons Foundation.

As research associate does work at the American Museum of National History.

Saadeddine Mneimneh:

Research funding provided by PhRMA Foundation.

Raffi Khatchadourian:

Women in Technology and Entrepreneurship in New York (WiTNY) Grant recipient as co-principal
investigator. Project Khaleesi–Mentoring Tomorrow’s Cybersecurity Queen of Dragons. Duration: 2017-2022.

Maintains a news feed at khatchad.commons.gc.cuny.edu/blog and the NYPLSE website cuny.is/nyplse

Ioannis Stamos:

MRI: Acquisition of mobile robots to support indoor navigation and online 3D object detection;
Agency: National Science Foundation;  Duration: 2016-2019, Role: Principle Investigator

MedStartUp – 2015

This year, CoSSMO will again be meeting wit more companies at MedStartUp.

MedStartUp – 2014

MedStartUp brings together academic institutions and companies from the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical technology and healthcare industries, where innovation, scientific excellence and commercial goals are of utmost importance.

CoSSMO paired up with Sovinty, a French company hoping to solve issue of healthcare growing at an exponential rate that accompanies a shortage of doctors as well as increasingly limited public finances. Sovinty’s partnership with CoSSMO aims to develop tools for patients that will make use of machine
learning methods, intelligent algorithms, as well as algorithms for detecting preconditions for undesirable states.

Trains Don’t Vanish! ROADEF/EURO 2014 Challenge

This was a challenge created by the EURO XXVI Conference in Rome 2013. It addressed problems including train congestion, increased traffic, train arrivals and departures, and more. The challenge was to create the best algorithm to improve the transit system’s efficiency.

CoSSMO qualified into the finals scoring 3rd place!