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Staff

Rajeev Jaundoo holds a B.Sc. in Psychology and is currently a research programmer at the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine. His work includes utilizing high performance computing to screen novel biochemical compounds to treat complex chronic illness, creating pipelines for drug discovery, and writing algorithms to perform molecular simulation and drug-protein interactions. Other work includes the development of tools to interpret proteonomic, genomic, metabolic, etc. databases to identify novel pathways of interest in various diseases.

Students

Current Students

Saurabh Vashishtha (M.Sc.), Ph.D.  candidate, Broderick Lab, University of Alberta

Graduate student research assistant “Dynamic Network Models of Response to Challenge in Complex Endocrine-immune illnesses

Past Alumni

Juan Albrecht (A.A. student, Computer Engineering, class of 2016, Miami Dade College)
"Evaluating Blood-Brain Barrier Permeability Coefficients in Large Drug Databases"

Gaytri Barker (Psy.D. student, class of 2017, Nova Southeastern University)
"Analysis of the Effect of Past Traumatic Events om the Neuro-endocrine Immune System and Behavior in Gulf War Illness"

Trevor Barker (Psy.D. student, class of 2017, Nova Southeastern University)
"Effects of mTBI on Illness Symptoms and Neuropsychological Profile"

Alexia Holovatyk (Ph. D. student, Clinical Psychology, class of 2019,  Nova Southeastern University)
"Correlating Daily Activity Patterns with Illness Symptoms in ME/CFS"

Rajeev Jaundo (B. Sc., student, Psychology, class of 2016, Nova Southeastern University)
"Virtual Screening of Beta-Amiloid Oligomerization Inhibition"

Lindsey Russell (B.Sc., Honors, M.D. student, class of 2016) Broderick Lab University of Alberta
Research intern “A Discrete Model of Brain-mediated Regulatory Control of Cardio-vascular Function”

Tory Toole (Ph.D. student, Clinical Psychology,  class of 2019, Nova Southeastern University)
"Network Modeling of Neurochemical Interaction and the Relation to psychological Behaviors and Measures"

Daniella Urruty (A.A. student, Computer Engineering, class of 2016, Miami Dade College)
"Simulating Beta-Amiloid Oligomerization"

2014 Samuel Thomas (B.Sc., Behavioral Neuroscience, Nova Southeastern University, 2015)
Research intern “A Biobehavioral Study of the Effects of Psychological Stress on the Sleep Patterns of Female College Students"

2013-2015 Jeanna Harvey (B.A. Distinction, M.D., University of Miami, 2015)
Research intern “Mechanisms of Immune-endocrine Interaction in Episodic Exacerbation of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome”

2014 Shane Hills (B.Sc. Physics, Queen’s University, 2012)
Research intern “Mapping Neurological Response to Exercise Challenge in Gulf War Illness”

2013 Lundy McKibbin (B.Sc. Distinction, M.D. student, class of 2016)
Research intern “A study of the effects of PTSD co-morbidity on immune signature in Gulf War Illness”

2013 Simar Singh (M.Sc. Distinction, Stanford University)
Graduate research assistant “A study of neuro-inflammatory mechanisms in Gulf War Illness”
 
2013 Alanna Bowie (B.Sc. Distinction, M.D. student, class of 2016)
Research intern “Prognostic Clincal Markers for Early Detection Chronic Sequela from Infectious Mononucleosis”

2013 Melissa Hwang (B.Sc. Distinction, M.D. student, class of 2016)
Research intern “Mechanisms of Immune-endocrine Interaction in Episodic Exacerbation of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome”

2012-2013 T. Craddock, Ph.D. (Ph.D., 2011)
Research fellow “Integrated Control and Multi-stability of the Fight or Flight Axis”

2012 AnneLiese Smylie (B.Sc. Honours, M.D., 2015)
Research intern “A Cytokine-based Screening Test for Gulf War Illness”
 
2012 Henrique Fernandes (B.Eng. Distinction, M.D., 2015)
Research intern “Identifying Common Molecular Traits and Emergent Patient Sub-groups in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome”

2011- Jeanna Harvey (B.Sc., M.D. University of Miami, 2015)
Research intern “Exercise Induced Immune Gene Expression in Gulf War Illness”

2010-2011 Scott De Graff (B.Sc., M.D., 2012)
Research intern “Models for Cardiovascular Dysregulation in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome”

2009 Christina Yang (M.Sc., M.D., 2011)
Research intern “A Study of Cognitive Deficits in Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome”

2009 Andrea Kreitz (B.Sc., M.D., 2011)
Research intern “Emergent Patterns of Cytokine Expression in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Gulf War Illness”

2008-2009 Michael Gallagher (M.D. student, class of 2010)
Research intern “Immune Biomarkers in Gulf War Syndrome”

2007-2010 J Fuite, Ph.D. (Ph.D.,  2008)
Research fellow "Network Theoretical Study of Neuro-immune Deficiency in Chronic Fatigue and Gulf War Illness"

2007 Ann Aspler (M.Sc.) (M.D., 2010)
Research interns “Evidence of Altered Neuroendocrine-immune Function in a Population-based Study of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome”

2007 Carly Bolshin (B.Sc.) (M.D., 2010)
Research interns “Evidence of Altered Neuroendocrine-immune Function in a Population-based Study of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome”

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