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The Bioinformatics Lab develops novel algorithms and software for computational analysis of bioinformatics data.

Recent News and Events

Tamer Kahveci is appointed as the Associate Chair of Academic Affairs at the CISE Department of the University of Florida.
Haitham Gabr's paper with Alin Dobra and Tamer Kahveci is accepted to the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. The title of their paper is "Estimating Reachability in Dense Biological Networks". (07/2015)
Mahmudul Hasan's paper with Abdul Alim, Ahmet Ay, My Thai and Tamer Kahveci is accepted to the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. The title of their paper is "Multiple Reference Networks Improve Accuracy of Signaling Network Construction". (07/2015)
Andrei Todor's paper with Alin Dobra and Tamer Kahveci is accepted to the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. The title of their paper is "Counting Motifs in Probabilistic Biological Networks". (07/2015)
Rasha Elhesha's paper with Ben Baiser and Tamer Kahveci is accepted to the OIKOS Journal. The title of their paper is "Motifs in the assembly of food web networks". (06/2014)
Haitham Garb and Tamer Kahveci have co-authored a paper with the Gilber Lab at the Genome Research journal. The title of their paper is "Dynamic changes in replication timing and gene expression during human development". (06/2015)
The Bioinformatics Lab is awarded a three year NSF grant, titled "Inferring the genetic architecture of gene expression in prostate cancer" in a collaborative project. (05/2015)
Haitham Gabr's paper with Tamer Kahveci has been accepted for publication in BMC Bioinformatics. The title of the paper is "Signal reachability facilitates characterization of probabilistic signaling networks". (04/2015)
Ahmet Ay's paper with Dihong Gong and Tamer Kahveci has been accepted for publication in BMC Bioinformatics. The title of the paper is "Hierarchical Decomposition of Dynamically Evolving Regulatory Networks". (03/2015)
The Bioinformatics Lab is awarded a one year project titled "Integrating Omics Data with Domain Specific Knowledge for Predicting Cellular Sensitivity to Chemotherapy And Radiotherapy". (02/2015)
Tamer Kahveci has co-authored a paper with the mouse ENCODE Consortium, which is accepted to the Nature journal. The title of their paper is "An Integrated and Comparative Encyclopedia of DNA Elements in the Mouse Genome". (10/2014)
Tamer Kahveci has co-authored a paper with Gilbert Lab, which is accepted to the Nature journal. The title of their paper is "Topologically-associating domains are stable units of replication-timing regulation". (09/2014)
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