About Me

I live and play between Silver Lake & SF. Love music & tinkering, and have been seen from bars to national parks hanging out with the awesome people & animals in my life.

At the moment I’m playing with bioinformatics software, open-source hardware, and distortion pedals. I’m probably language agnostic, using things like C++, Staff Notation, Bengali, MicroPython, TypeScript, and I also speak American. I believe there is Objective Reality & Imagined Reality, so science is important to me.

Over the years I’ve been lucky enough to be involved with companies like NovartisNebula, HealthTap, Rarebase, and others. My research career began in the Misono lab modeling membrane-bound receptors using X-ray crystallography, giving me a taste for in silico methods. Meanwhile I spent over two years at Novartis focused on characterizing liposome based nanostructures.

You can catch up on my domestic life here. During my last visit to India the ferry I was on crashed into another ferry, but it was still a fun trip.

– Mo Rahman

[1] Lipid Drug Interactions of Liposome Based Delivery Platforms: Indacaterol and Distearoylphosphatidylcholine (DSPC)
[2] X-ray Crystallography of Guanylyl Cyclase A/E Garrett and Grisham “Biochemistry” 4th edition Pg. 1021-1023
[3] TechCrunch Bio-Hackers Pore Through A Child’s DNA For The Source of A Mysterious Disease by Kim-Mai Cutler 
[4] Realtime Pharmacogenomic analysis and visualization utilizing, G-Language, Circos, on Nebula distributed computing platform.
[5] Stemming Methodology In Colloquial Query of Medical Terminology For Mobile and Web Based Applications
[6] Men’s Health If Your Doctors Can’t Cure Your Cancer, Maybe You Can by Grace Rubenstein for NEO.life
[7] San Francisco Chronicle Big guns fighting the coronavirus by Peter Fimrite
[8] Genomics And Drug Efficacy: Designing Computational Pipelines to Stratify Individual Patient Responses With Adverse Event Markers. 
[9] http://8iterations.in | http://www.last.fm/user/mokasquarl