Stefan Canzar
High-throughput next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology has become a ubiquitous tool in the study of a wide range of biological and biomedical questions. NGS instruments produce a huge number of short DNA sequences, or 'reads', each of which carries little information by itself. These reads therefore have to be pieced together by well-engineered algorithms to reconstruct biologically meaningful measurments. The lab's goal is the development of accurate mathematical models, efficient algorithms, and usable software to solve these complex, high-dimensional puzzles.
Posted 13 Jul 2016
Luka Borozan (University of Osijek, Croatia) and Derek Reiman (UIC) are joining us for the summer - welcome on board!
Posted 1 Jul 2016
ModuleAlign: Module-based global alignment of protein-protein interaction networks
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