Avi

Srivastava

Postdoctoral Researcher

Satija lab

New York Genome Center

 About अवी श्रीवास्तव

I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Satija lab at the New York Genome center studying Computational Genomics. My research interests include Computational Biology and (bio)Statistics.

I completed my Ph.D. with Rob Patro at the Stony Brook University in 2019 where I researched on computational problems associated with RNA-seq read-alignment and quantification.

Outside academics I can be found hiking, kayaking, working out at gym. I am also an amateur sailor and bass player.

ude.uyn@avatsavirs.iva

Software

Alevin: Crazy-fast scRNA-seq barcode, umi correction and quantification with uncertainty.

Shoal: Improved multi-sample transcript abundance estimates using adaptive priors.

RapClust: Accurate, Fast and Lightweight Clustering of de novo Transcriptomes using Fragment Equivalence Classes.

RapMap: A Rapid, Sensitive and Accurate Tool for Mapping RNA-seq Reads to Transcriptomes.