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USD 75 /hr
Hire Dr. Ahmed Elewa
United States
USD 75 /hr

Biologist, Bioinformatician and founder of startup for at-home SARS-CoV-2/COVID testing

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Consulting Technical consulting, Market research, Feasibility study
Product development Formulation & development, Shelf life stability
Writing White paper, Grant proposal, Journal article, Review article, Blog article, News article, Educational content
Data science & analysis Simple data analysis, Complex data analysis, Statistical analysis, Algorithm design, Data visualization
Research Internet research, Evidence-based answers, Secondary data compilation, Literature search
Work Experience

Cofounder and Chief Scientific Officer

Colorna AB

April 2020 - Present

Postdoctoral Researcher

Karolinska Institutet

November 2014 - Present

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

March 2019 - September 2019



University of Massachusetts Medical School

September 2009 - August 2014


University of Massachusetts Medical School

June 2004 - March 2007

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Elewa A, Wang H, Talavera-López C, Joven A, Brito G, Kumar A, Hameed LS, Penrad-Mobayed M, Yao Z, Zamani N, et al.(2017). Reading and editing the Pleurodeles waltl genome reveals novel features of tetrapod regeneration . Nature communications.
Ahmed Elewa, Masaki Shirayama, Ebru Kaymak, Paul F. Harrison, David R. Powell, Zhuo Du, Christopher D. Chute, Hannah Woolf, Dongni Yi, Takao Ishidate, et al.(2015). {POS}-1 Promotes Endo-mesoderm Development by Inhibiting the Cytoplasmic Polyadenylation of neg-1 {mRNA} . Developmental Cell. 34. (1). p. 108--118. Elsevier {BV}