My CV is available here.
My work involves building mathematical models and increasing software performance by exploiting multiple levels of parallelism on CPUs and GPUs. With such performance increases, a simulation that was previously infeasible due to time constraints could now be possible to complete. Specifically, I leverage the likes of ispc, TBB, OpenMP, and CUDA to improve simulation software.
- J. Rosenthal, G. Belfort, and D. Isaacson, “Early treatment critical: Bexarotene reduces amyloid-beta burden in silico,” PLOS ONE, 11, no., e0153150, 2016
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- B. Murray, M. Sorci, J. Rosenthal, J. Lippens, D. Isaacson, P. Das, D. Fabris, S. Li, and G. Belfort, “A2T and A2V Aβ peptides exhibit different aggregation kinetics, primary nucleation, morphology, structure and LTP inhibition,” Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics, no., 2016
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- B. Murray, J. Rosenthal, Z. Zheng, D. Isaacson, Y. Zhu, and G. Belfort, “Cosolute effects on amyloid aggregation in a nondiffusion limited regime: Intrinsic osmolyte properties and the volume exclusion principle,” Langmuir, 31, no., pp. 4246–4254, 2015
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- J. Rosenthal, G. Belfort, and D. Isaacson, A mathematical model of the effect of bexarotene on Alzheimer’s disease treatment, presented at the 4th New York Conference on Applied Mathematics, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, Nov. 2013
- J. Rosenthal, G. Belfort, and D. Isaacson, A mathematical model of the effect of bexarotene on neuronal cell death via amyloid-beta toxicity in Alzheimer’s disease, poster session presented at the 27th Annual Symposium of The Protein Society, Boston, MA, Jul. 2013
- J. Rosenthal, G. Belfort, and D. Isaacson, A mathematical model of the effect of bexarotene on neuronal cell death via amyloid-beta toxicity, poster session presented at the School of Science Graduate Symposium, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, Apr. 2013