Rogelio Rodriguez-Gonzalez received his Bachelor of Science in Genomic Sciences from UNAM in Mexico in 2016. In the same year, Rogelio started working as a research technician in Meyer’s and Karr’s labs at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. In 2017 Rogelio moved to Georgia Tech to work as a technician at the Weitz group and a year later he started his PhD in the Quantitative Biosciences graduate program. His current work involves studying the ecological interactions between phage and microbes inside mammalian hosts (e.g., mice). He uses computational models to study the ecological interactions that drive the success or failure of phage therapy of bacterial infections. Rogelio is a music enthusiast and enjoys his free time listening to music (genre-free), in the pre-pandemic era you could find Rogelio in different music venues around Atlanta.