|New! The Computational Biology Research Group was established in March 2005. |
Please contact one of the members if you wish to join the CBRG!
|MIssion Statement: Genome sequencing has identified the “catalog-of-parts” for many organisms. Reductionistic approaches have identified a function for a subset of the parts, but a description of how the parts (genome, transcriptome, proteome and metabalome) interact to maintain homeostasis is lacking. Due to the complexity (and high dimensionality) of the interactions quantitative statistical and mathematical models will be required to integrate the datasets generated from the global measurements of the system. Computational methods for data management, algorithms for statistical pattern inference and recognition, and data integration are necessary for the integrated or constructionist view of biology. The mission of the computational biology research group is to:|
|Preston Hensley - Lotus Translational Medicine |
Dr Jeffrey A Kowalak - NIMH
Dr. David Landsman - NIH/NLM/NCBI
Michael Doyle (EB Liaison) - Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharma