Carolyn Paisie, Ph.D.

Bioinformatics Analyst I

My research interests are in bioinformatics, cancer biology, genetics, and genomics.

I received my PhD in Integrated Biomedical Science, concentration in cancer biology, from Ohio State University and my MS in Biomedical & Health Informatics from University of Washington.  During my PhD, I focused on mouse genetics and genomics from the perspective of a bench scientist; my dissertation work involved investigating mutation types and numbers in preneoplastic cells and tissues from Fhit knockout mice.  I completed a postdoctoral fellowship and MS degree simultaneously at the University of Washington where I investigated differential gene expression in the parasite Leishmania donovani.

Education and experience

Education

University of Washington
Postdoctoral fellow
Adv: Dr. Peter Myler
2015-2017

University of Washington
MS, biomedical & health informatics
Adv: P. Myler
2015-2017

Ohio State University
Ph.D., integrated biomedical science
Adv: K. Huebner
2009-2015

University of Toronto
H.BSc., developmental biology
2003-2007

Experience

Computational Science, The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine
Bioinformatics Analyst I
2017-present

University of Washington
Senior Fellow Trainee
2015-2017

Ohio State University
Graduate Research Associate
2009-2015

Duke University Medical Center
Research Technician
2007-2009