Shany Ofaim is a post-doctoral research associate at the Center for Complex Networks Research, Northeastern University. Prior to Northeastern, she has been a post-doctoral research associate in The Segre lab in Boston University. There she focused on the study of metabolic interactions in bacteria.
As a food engineer turned computational biologist, Shany is interested in all things metabolism. Her background is in metabolic networks and genome scale metabolic models in an environmental context.
Shany has earned both her B.Sc and Ph.D in Biotechnology and Food Engineering from the Technion – Israeli Institute of Technology. She has received her M.Sc in Biochemistry and Food Science from the Hebrew University.