Aidan Daly joined the lab in 2019 and is jointly appointed to the Flatiron Institute’s Center for Computational Biology. His work focuses on the use spatial transciptomic/proteomic data in concert with advanced computational models to understand the spatiotemporal dynamics of disease in ALS. Prior to joining the foundation, Aidan completed his D.Phil. in Computer Science at Oxford University on a Rhodes Scholarship, where his research centered around assessing identifiability and developing reproducible reporting standards for cardiac cell models. Aidan completed his B.A. in Computer Science at Harvard University, with a secondary concentration in Molecular and Cellular Biology.