Chemistry and Biology

Daniel Richman

Daniel D. Richman is involved with simulation studies of biological systems. He holds an S.B. in electrical engineering and computer science from MIT. Prior to joining DESRES, Daniel was a Texas Instruments Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar in the Chandrakasan Group at MIT, where he developed a new, ultra-fast frequency-hopping protocol for wireless communications and contributed to the design of a wireless transmitter chip. Daniel's work at MIT also included research in protein-protein interactions in the Bcl-2 family, sensor-based health systems, and sedimentary geology. In his free time, he enjoys memorizing maps, practicing his hockey stops, and visiting the lions at the New York Public Library.

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