Arvind “Rasi” Subramaniam

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I am an Assistant Member at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center affiliated with the Basic Sciences Division and with the Computational Biology Program. I am also an Affiliate Assistant Professor in the Department of Genome Sciences at the University of Washington.

I am originally from Erode, a small town in Southern India. I received my bachelor's degree in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras. I then switched to theoretical physics for my PhD, which I got at the University of Chicago working with Ilya Gruzberg on disorder-induced quantum phase transitions. At the end of my graduate school, I caught the systems biology bug, and decided to try my hand at wet-lab experiments. This led to a postdoc at the Center for Systems Biology in Harvard University, where I worked with Philippe Cluzel and Erin O'Shea on regulation of protein synthesis. Outside of science, I enjoy cooking, swing dancing, and biking.

Papers

Kinetic modeling predicts a stimulatory role for ribosome collisions at elongation stall sites in bacteria

An integrated approach reveals regulatory controls on bacterial translation elongation

A serine sensor for multicellularity in a bacterium

Environmental perturbations lift the degeneracy of the genetic code to regulate protein levels in bacteria

Conformal invariance, multifractality, and finite-size scaling at Anderson localization transitions in two dimensions

Boundary criticality and multifractality at the 2D spin quantum Hall transition

Boundary multifractality at the integer quantum Hall plateau transition: implications for the critical theory

Entanglement entropy and multifractality at localization transitions

Corner multifractality for reflex angles and conformal invariance at 2D Anderson metal-insulator transition with spin-orbit scattering

Multifractality and conformal invariance at 2D metal-insulator transition in the spin-orbit symmetry class

Boundary multifractality in critical 1D systems with long-range hopping

Surface criticality and multifractality at localization transitions