About Me

I am Shaun Regenbaum, a biomedical engineering undergraduate and the director and cofounder of the Jewish Digital Humanities Lab at Georgia Tech.

My research interests range from quantum physics to bioinformatics. In 2019, I lead a data-analytics research project that was aimed towards helping graduate admissions teams at Georgia Tech make more-informed decisions by utilizing the large amounts of data collected from past applicants. I am also the primary bioinformatician in the Tissue Dynamics Lab at Hebrew University, tasked with managing the RNASeq pipeline and incoming genomic data. I am also an undergraduate researcher in The Jordan Lab, working on population genomics. My work will be the first of its kind to utilize RNA Variant Calls for local admixture and population stratification. Finally, I am the cofounder and director of the Jewish Digital Humanities Lab at Georgia Tech (the first funded student run lab at the institution) where we are exploring how we can make the Talmud more interactive and dynamic using web development tools.

In addition, I am an experienced entrepreneur. In high school I grew a small company into one of Atlanta’s largest event photography firms. I then sold that company, Flash Foto Events, and took a gap year in Israel. There, I joined the startup Freshub for a number of months and automated their QA process before attending Yeshivat Birkat Moshe (ברכת משה) in Maaleh Adumim (מעלה אדומים) to study in the academic field of Biblical and Talmudic Literature. If you would like to see my full profile please visit my linkedin.

I have created this website as a means to provide a creative outlet for myself. I will attempt to display my ideas on possible advancements in many subjects, talk about valuable advice in life, explore my own thoughts and emotions,  and explore further topics by writing about them intuitively. I also will display artwork that I create and poems that I have written.

If you have any question for me, feel free to contact me at shaunregenbaum@gmail.com.

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