Welcome to the Schnell Lab

We develop methods and models to obtain high-quality measurements with rigor, reproducibility, and robustness in the biomedical sciences.

Our research program is strictly theoretical; we use mathematical, computational and statistical approaches in our work. We collaborate with several experimental research groups that provide us with data or collaborate with us to use models as tools for test hypothesis.

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Kashvi Srivastava receives MICDE Fellowship


Kashvi Srivastava, graduate student, receives a MICDE Fellowship

MICDE Fellows epitomize the reach of computation in diverse scientific disciplines, as their research projects involve the use and advancement in a wide array of disciplines.

Isabella Gimon receives GEM Associate Fellowship


Isabella Gimon, graduate student, receives a GEM Associate Fellowship

GEM Fellowships promote opportunities for individuals to enter industry in areas such as research and development, product development, and other high level technical careers.

Santiago Schnell in the Lab


Santiago Schnell receives the Arthur T. Winfree Prize

The Society for Mathematical Biology awarded the prize for Dr. Schnell's work on ground-breaking theories and transformative mathematical models for the field of enzyme kinetics.

Markup code for EnzymeML


The EnzymeML language is an open standard based on the XML markup language.


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  1. Isabella Gimon

    Isabella Gimon

    University of Notre Dame

  2. Kashvi Srivastava

    Kashvi Srivastava

    University of Michigan

  3. Marisa Conte

    Marisa Conte

    University of Michigan

  4. Kojo Elenitoba-Johnson

    Kojo Elenitoba-Johnson

    University of Pennsylvania

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