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P.D. Soros Fellowship for New Americans

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Ramy Arnaout, 2001

MD, Harvard University

Ramy Arnaout is the child of immigrants from Lebanon

Fellowship awarded to support work towards an MD in Medicine at Harvard University

RAMY ARNAOUT is Associate Director of the Clinical Microbiology Laboratories in the Department of Pathology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Assistant Professor of Pathology at Harvard Medical School. He is the director of the Arnaout Laboratory for Immunomics.

Ramy was born in Boston to parents of Lebanese descent.

Ramy graduated from Harvard Medical School in 2003. A graduate in biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he was editor-in-chief of The Tech, an award-winning student newspaper. He earned his DPhil at Oxford University, where he was a British Marshall Scholar.

A mathematical biologist, Ramy used mathematical and evolutionary analysis to study HIV and genetic regulatory networks as a visitor at Princeton University's Institute for Advanced Study. His scientific writings have appeared in Immunology Today, the Journal of Theoretical Biology, and the Journal of Virology.

Ramy was chief resident in clinical pathology at the Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston. He also held appointments at the Broad Institute for Genomics and the Program for Evolutionary Dynamics at Harvard University. Ramy served as a clinical pathologist and systems biologist at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School. he also founded Pubget, Inc., which was acquired in 2012.
 

Education
  • MD Medicine | Harvard University 2003
  • DPhil Mathematical Biology | Oxford University 1999
  • BS Biology | Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 1997
Work History
  • Director of the Arnaout Laboratory for Immunomics, Assistant Professor of Pathology at BIDMC and Harvard Medical School
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