This volume consists of nine collected chapters on the use of advanced computational methods for biocomputing
Pacific Symposia on Biocomputing
(2003) at http://psb.
We see substantial synergies between MOgene's experimental capabilities and the biocomputing
and analytical capabilities we have within Intuitive Genomics,” stated Todd Mockler, Chief Scientific Officer of Intuitive Genomics.
On the response variable side, biocomputing
, bioinformatics and enabling (automatedsystems) were used to integrate and construct relationships.
In: Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing
8 (Altman RB, Dunker AK, Hunter L, Jung TA, Klein TE, eds).
A team of researchers has now added two new operations to DNA's biocomputing
bag of tricks--tools that they will need eventually to build a DNA computer.
Other members of the board include Lincoln Stein, MD, PhD, Professor at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and Platform Leader of Informatics and Biocomputing
at the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research; David Goldstein, PhD, Professor of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology, Professor of Biology, and Director of the Center for Human Genome Variation at Duke University; Yaniv Erlich, PhD, the Andria and Paul Heafy Family Fellow and Principal Investigator at the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and Anthony Sinskey, ScD, Professor of Microbiology and Health Sciences and Technology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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Other members of the board include Lincoln Stein, MD/PhD, Professor at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and Platform Leader of Informatics and Biocomputing
at the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, and Anthony Sinskey, ScD, Professor of Microbiology and Health Sciences and Technology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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The collaboration also includes the BioComputing
and Media Research Group led by Rahul Singh, PhD, an associate professor of computer science at San Francisco State University, which will develop algorithms and software to automate the screening process for lead identification.
The research will be conducted among three core centers at MSU: the College of Veterinary Medicine, the Institute of Genomics, Biocomputing
and Biotechnology, and the Institute for Imaging and Analytical Technologies.