Current research interests include next-generation DNA sequencing, structural variation, genome rearrangements in cancer and evolution, and network analysis of somatic mutations in cancer. Earlier research included topics in comparative genomics, multiple sequence alignment, and motif finding.
Box 1910, Computer Science Department
Providence, RI 02912
Email: braphael AT cs DOT brown DOT edu
There are currently openings in the group for outstanding postdoctoral fellows, staff programmers, graduate students or undergraduate students.
We are recruiting undergraduate research assistants (URAs). Please see our URA Program Page for more information.
September 1, 2016
The Raphael group has moved! Ben Raphael is now a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Princeton University. We welcome applications for new students and postdocs.
May 11, 2016
Hsin-Ta Wu successfully defends his Ph.D. thesis, becoming the second Ph.D. recipient in Computational Biology and Computer Science at Brown University. Hsin-Ta will join Natera( as a Senior Bioinformatician. Congratulations, Hsin-Ta!
April 27, 2016
Max Leisersonsuccessfully defends his Ph.D. thesis, becoming the inaugural Ph.D. recipient in Computational Biology and Computer Science at Brown University. Max will be a postdoctoral fellow at Microsoft Research, New England"> in 2016-2017. In Fall 2017, he will become an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Maryland. Congratulations, Max!