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Professor Collin M. Stultz

Professor Collin M. Stultz | RLE Bio | RLE Video

Professor Collin M. Stultz is a principal investigator in the Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).  He received his AB from Harvard College in 1988, and his MD from Harvard Medical School and a PhD in Biophysics from Harvard University in 1997. He is a board certified internist and cardiologist. An alumnus of the Harvard-MIT program in Health Sciences and Technology (HST), Professor Stultz is on the faculty of both HST and MIT’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. He is a member of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. Among his honors are being a recipient of the Burroughs Wellcome Fund Career Award in Biomedical Sciences and the James Tolbert Shipley Prize.



Sarah Boman, Chemistry

Sarah is a postdoctoral associate in the Stultz and Drennan groups.  Her research involves the elucidation of structural and mechanistic details of the nickel-dependent transcription factor NikR.  NikR belongs to a family of transcriptional regulators that function in gram-negative bacteria to regulate cellular nickel homeostasis.  Sarah is investigating the role of NikR in Helicobactor pylori by using complementary experimental and computational techniques.

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Diego Nolasco

Diego is a visiting scientist in the Research Laboratory of Electronics at MIT. He is interested in developing research about multi-target intrinsically disordered peptides/proteins. He uses replica exchange molecular dynamics to construct free energy landscapes in order to investigate conformational changes that allow functional flexibility and selectivity. Diego hopes to construct knowledge that will provide the necessary basis that will ultimately support the rational design of multi-target and selective drugs.

Graduate Students


Yun is a PhD candidate in the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology department. He is co-supervised by Professor John Guttag, and works on improving predictive models in medicine using machine learning. Examples of problems that he has worked on include predicting death after an acute coronary syndrome using long-term physiological recordings such as the electrocardiogram and predicting the first incidence of various diseases using medical billing records.


Undergraduate Students

Molly Schmidt    
Kaustav Gopinathian    
Other Personnel

Arlene Wint

Administrative Assistant


Linder Candida DaSilva   Professor, Portal da Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso
Thomas Gurry   Post-doctoral fellow, Eric Alm group
Orly Ullman    
Munishika Kalia    
Mathura Sridharan   Consultant
Gordon Lu   Medical Student
Elaine Gee   Post-doctoral fellow at Wyss Institute, Harvard University
Charles Fisher   Post-doctoral fellow at BU
Sophie Walker    
Priya Parayanthal   Business Analyst at McKinsey & Company
Joyatee Sarker   MDPhD student at Indianapolis
Ramon Salsas-Escat   Industry
Christine Phillips-Piro   Post-doctoral fellow, Berkeley / Faculty in Chemistry at Franklin & Marshall College
Paul Nerenberg Post-doctoral fellow, Berkeley / Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics, Clairmont McKenna College
Austin Huang   Post-doctoral fellow, Brown Univ. / Assistant Professor of Resarch at Brown
Christian Schubert   Post-doctoral Fellow, Harvard Medical School
Amelia Thomas  

Graduate student, Tufts Univ.

Jennifer Lin   Working at Google
Jane Lu   Working at Google
Veena Venkatachalam   MD/PhD Student at Harvard Medical School
William Wyatt   MIT Undergraduate
Anjali Muralidhar   MIT Undergraduate
Steven Pennybaker   MIT Undergraduate
Nebiyat Tsegaye   MIT Undergraduate
Joy Okpala   MIT Undergraduate
Frank Yang    
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