Projects in Bioinformatics and Computational Drug Discovery
Computational Drug Discovery Against Parasitic Diseases
Methods for recognizing molecules (both small and protein-sized) and reasoning over large amounts of molecular data.
Computational disulfide discovery from protein mass spectrometry data.
Residue Contexts is a novel method for protein structure alignment using structural and biochemical features.
Algorithms and systems for mining and exploring the spaces inhabited by proteins and enzymes.
FreeFlowDB is a drug information database geared towards storing structural and high-throughput assay data generated during drug discovery.
Methods for visualizing molecular surfaces so as to preserve and elucidate salient features while reducing complexity of analysis.
A new type of "sit-forward" microarray analysis employing an interactive user experience of microarray data.
Microarray data analysis and Compression.
Functional gene analysis using phenotype identification in digital video.
Automatic extraction of data from the biological literature.