After four and a half years at Sage Bionetworks I have moved to the Computational Biology team at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. I am continuing to work on biological networks, data integration, and rare disease. More updates to come!
So I landed a new position at Sage Bionetworks and started six months ago. My job is a great mix of research, outreach and project coordination, so right up my alley. Recently we compiled short videos about life at Sage, so here is a video of myself and my colleague Mette riding into work!
Earlier this week I was contacted by Keith Bradnam, at the UC Davis Genome Center, to participate in his “101 Questions with a Bioinformatician” series. His blog has some great content about Bioinformatics education as well as insightful comments about Bioinformatics acronyms. I’d definitely recommend following his blog (full list of Blogs To Follow forthcoming) […]
Just a quick note to highlight that we are submitting the Omics Integrator Protocol and are recruiting Beta testers. To check it out, just head over to the Omics Integrator website and download the code. This tool is ideal to improve interpretation of gene expression data, as it enables the identification of regulating transcription factors […]
While providing a link to a tar.gz file to a colleague has long been the ‘gold standard’ of code-sharing in computational biology, parsing someone else’s code is often close to impossible. So, I’ve been working to try to make some of the code we use in my postdoctoral laboratory more useable by people outside the […]
Just today Ewan Birney (of ENCODE fame) talked about RNA becoming a first-class molecule with the announcement of RNAcentral. So very exciting to see RNA being recognized. Can’t wait to see where this field is going!
I redirected my MIT site to point here so I can more easily update the site and continue to add content. Between faculty job applications and resubmitting the Big Paper from my postdoc I have a lot of busy work and not a lot of research to report. Hopefully I will get back to science soon.
I recently transferred my personal website into a more general format using WordPress. I will continue to update the site here, so check back frequently.