Ahmet Coskun


Ahmet

 

Coskun

Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Phone: 
404 894 3866
Office Location: 
IBB 1311
University: 
Georgia Institute of Technology/Emory University

Research Affiliations:

Research Center Affiliations: 
Marcus Center for Therapeutic Cell Characterization and Manufacturing (MC3M)
Immunoengineering

Research Areas:

Research Areas: 
Bioinformatics
Cancer Biology
Cell Manufacturing
Chemical Biology
Computational Genomics
Public Health
Regenerative Medicine
Stem Cell Technology
Systems Biology

Research Interests:

The Single Cell Biotechnology Lab aims to study spatial biology in health and disease. Our research lies at the nexus of multiplex bioimaging, microfluidic biodynamics, and big data biocomputation. Using high-dimensional nanoscale imaging datasets, we address fundamental challenges in immuno-engineering, cancers, and pediatric diseases. Our lab pursues a transformative multi-omics technology to integrate spatially resolved epigenetics and spatial genomics, proteomics, and metabolomics, all in the same platform. We uniquely benefit from super-resolution microscopy, imaging mass spectrometry, combinatorial molecular barcoding, and machine learning to enhance the information capacity of our cellular data. Variability of single cell images can be used to understand differences in therapeutic responses, as well as satisfy our curiosity on understanding how cells are spatially organized in nature.