Adrian Jinich



Adrian Jinich

Ph.D. Student
Systems Biology Program
Harvard University

Office: M-104

Telephone: (617) 496-8221
E-mail: ajinich [at] fas.harvard.edu
Address: 12 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Mailbox: 35


Education
PhD Candidate, Systems Biology Department, Harvard University, 2011-present
Research Assistant, Yeast Genetics, National Laboratory of Genomics for Biodiversity, Irapuato, Mexico, 2009-2011
M.Sc., Applied Mathematics, Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas, Guanajuato, Mexico, 2007-2009
B.Sc., Physics, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 2002-2006


Research Interests
  • Thermodynamics of metabolic reactions through quantum chemistry approaches
  • Hybrid Quantum Chemistry, Cheminformatics, and Machine Learning approaches
  • Metabolic Pathway Analysis using Thermodynamics

Publications
  1. Kim, S.J., **Jinich, A**. and Aspuru-Guzik, A., 2016. MultiDK: A Multiple Descriptor Multiple Kernel Approach for Molecular Discovery and Its Application to Organic Flow Battery Electrolytes. arXiv preprint arXiv:1606.02759.
  2. Olivares‐Amaya, R., **Jinich, A.**, Watson, M.A. and Aspuru‐Guzik, A., 2016. GPU Acceleration of Second‐Order Møller–Plesset Perturbation Theory with Resolution of Identity. Electronic Structure Calculations on Graphics Processing Units: From Quantum Chemistry to Condensed Matter Physics, pp.259-278.
  3. **Jinich, A.**, Rappoport, D., Dunn, I., Sanchez-Lengeling, B., Olivares-Amaya, R., Noor, E., Even, A.B. and Aspuru-Guzik, A., 2014. Quantum chemical approach to estimating the thermodynamics of metabolic reactions. Scientific reports, 4, p.7022.
  4. Garay, E., Campos, S.E., de la Cruz, J.G., Gaspar, A.P., **Jinich, A.** and DeLuna, A., 2014. High-resolution profiling of stationary-phase survival reveals yeast longevity factors and their genetic interactions. PLoS Genet, 10(2), p.e1004168.
  5. Hachmann, J., Olivares-Amaya, R., **Jinich, A.**, Appleton, A.L., Blood-Forsythe, M.A., Seress, L.R., Roman-Salgado, C., Trepte, K., Atahan-Evrenk, S., Er, S., Shrestha, S., and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2014. Lead candidates for high-performance organic photovoltaics from high-throughput quantum chemistry–the Harvard Clean Energy Project. Energy & Environmental Science, 7(2), pp.698-704.
  6. Reizel, Y., Itzkovitz, S., Adar, R., Elbaz, J., **Jinich, A.**, Chapal-Ilani, N., Maruvka, Y.E., Nevo, N., Marx, Z., Horovitz, I., Wasserstrom, A., and Shapiro E. 2012. Cell lineage analysis of the mammalian female germline. PLoS Genet, 8(2), p.e1002477.
  7. Zaslaver, A., Kaplan, S., Bren, A., **Jinich, A.**, Mayo, A., Dekel, E., Alon, U. and Itzkovitz, S., 2009. Invariant distribution of promoter activities in Escherichia coli. PLoS Comput Biol, 5(10), p.e1000545.