Andrew Mullen

Graduate Student

I’m an MD/PhD student at the University of Washington in the Computer Science and Engineering program. My research interests are in molecular recording and computational tools developmental for developmental biology and neuroscience. As a dual degree candidate, I am looking to improve the way that neurologic and psychiatric disease is treated.

My prior eduction and training includes a Sc.B. and M.Eng in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT. At MIT I worked in the lab of Earl Miller developing new methods of closed loop neural stimulation. I received my masters under the mentorship of Emery Brown and Patrick Purdon developing time series decomposition strategies for the electroencephalogram (EEG) during anesthesia and opioid drug overdose.

In my free time I pursue entrepreneurial projects and run with a track club.