Dr. Anderson received his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Cornell University. For his thesis research he adapted a multiscale numerical simulation towards the analysis of the initial behavior of circulating tumor cell aggregates interacting with activated endothelium. Previously, he received his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
The Jackson Laboratory
Adv: Dr. Roel Verhaak
Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering
Adv: Dr. Michael King
University of Alabama at Birmingham
B.S., Biomedical Engineering
Postdoctoral Research Scholar
Graduate Research Assistant
I'm interested in using computational biology to understand how genetic variation influences diseases and aging.
Single cell Transcriptomics, 3D Genomics
My goal is to use viral metagenomics to understand the complex interactions between viruses and their hosts.
Model disease through aligning human-mouse phenotype data : case study in Alzheimer disease (AD)
We are passionate about the development and application of computational modeling methods to study the operating mechanisms of cancer...
My research interest is in Data Science/Data Engineering within the domain of Bioinformatics and Genome research.
My primary research focuses on studying various cell types especially cancer cells using single-cell technology. Separately, I am also...
Scientific Software Engineering, Cloud Computing/Big Data & Bioinformatics
Pattern mining from HTPS data, non-coding RNA biology and DNA methylation.
I specialize in miRNA and 16s rRNA analysis/pipeline along with R-package development and leading the development of small RNA analytical...
Computational Cancer Biology, Statistical Bioinformatics, Network Biology and Predictive Genomic Medicine
Somatic mutation calling, mutation tree with single cell sequencing data, high-dimensional probabilistic classifier, sample size...
My research focus is in application of statistical methodologies and machine learning to the area of systems biology, specifically...
My research interests focus on developing and implementing computational and statistical methods to identify molecular signatures...
Studying 3D Genome Organization and Function in different human and mouse cell lines.