Shiori Sagawa is involved with simulation studies of biological systems. She holds a B.A. in computer science and molecular and cell biology from the University of California, Berkeley. As an undergraduate, Shiori performed research in Berkeley’s Arkin Lab, where she formulated statistical strategies to confirm gene regulatory relationships using transposon mutant library data. Shiori also served as a Scientific Computing Intern at Amyris, where she developed a data mining pipeline that identifies mutations associated with particular phenotypes. She is bilingual in English and Japanese. In her free time, she enjoys exploring NYC, reading, and baking.