Aldrin Kay Yuen Yim

Graduate Student


Aldrin has always maintained a dual-interest in both computer science and medical research. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Computational and System Biology Program, Washington University School of Medicine. Aldrin received his B.Sc. and M.Phil. degree in Biochemistry from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Before joining Dr. Milbrandt’s lab, his research primarily focused on Bioinformatics, which led to multiple discoveries including a novel major allergen class (designated as Group 24th Major allergen by WHO/IUIS Allergen Nomenclature subcommittee) through multi-omic approach analysis of dust mite (JACI, 2015). His current research aims to understand the heterogeneity of cell types within the peripheral nervous system, and their various roles in neurological disease formation. Apart from research work, Aldrin is also engrossed in biotech entrepreneurship.