About

Hi, my name is Sambit 👋!

I'm Ph.D. student based at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD who enjoys building tools that enable data-driven neuroscience.

I have a wide array of experience, from using electrochemistry to understand neural systems at the Sombers Lab in my undergrad at NC State and to building tools that enable terascale neuroscience in NeuroData at Johns Hopkins. These opportunities allowed me the pleasure to work on a wide variety of interesting and meaningful projects on a daily basis.

When I'm not doing work, I like to read books and go on hikes!


Education

Johns Hopkins Medical Institute

2020-Present | Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering

JHU BME I've been working as a Ph.D. student in NeuroData which is a lab led by my graduate advisor Dr. Joshua T. Vogelstein. I also recieved a Compuational Biology Fellowship from Johns Hopkins University to help pay for my first year.

Johns Hopkins University

2018-2020 | M.S.E. Biomedical Engineering

JHU BME I worked as a graduate student in NeuroData which is a lab led by my graduate advisor Dr. Joshua T. Vogelstein.

North Carolina State University & University North Carolina at Chapel Hill

2014-2018 | B.S. Biomedical Engineering & B.S. Biology

NCSU UNC BME I worked as an undergraduate student in the Sombers Lab led by Dr. Leslie Sombers. Also, I received the Goodnight Scholarship to help pay for my education (a full ride scholarship given to North Carolina residents who are majoring in STEM).

Skills I've Accrued
Programming Languages

AI/ML

Devops

Static Site Generators

Other