Tomasz Wilmanski, PhD

Research Scientist

Computational Biology

Tomasz Wilmanski is a research scientist in the Hood-Price lab for Systems Biomedicine at the Institute for Systems Biology. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in philosophy and psychology from Tufts University in 2011. Tomasz then continued his education at Purdue University where he graduated with a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree with a focus on health statistics and a PhD in biochemical and molecular nutrition, both in 2017. Tomasz’s research relies on the integration of statistical, machine learning, ecological and systems level analyses to gain novel biological insight from large dense human multi-omics datasets. Since joining ISB in 2018, Tomasz has spearheaded several major collaborative projects analyzing human gut microbiome data coupled with rich genotypic and phenotypic profiling on thousands of individuals. His studies have identified novel relationships between host physiology and the gut microbiome in the context of obesity, drug personalization, aging, and longevity. Tomasz is particularly passionate about personalized approaches to treating disease and translating clinical research into actionable possibilities.

BA, Philosophy & Psychology, Tufts University

Master of Public Health (MPH), Health Statistics, Purdue University

PhD, Nutrition Science, Purdue University

statistics, machine learning, multi-omics analysis, gut microbiome, metabolomics