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

Recent News and Events

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)
Md Mahmudul Hasan paper with Tamer Kahveci is accepted to the 8th International Workshop on Biomolecular Network Analysis (IWBNA 2014) at ACM-BCB 2014. The title of their paper is "Incremental Network Querying in Biological Networks". (07/2014)
Rasha Elhesha paper with Ryan Cobb and Tamer Kahveci is accepted to the International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (ACM-BCB) 2014. The title of their paper is "Extracting phylogenetic signals from gene trees and its significance for species tree construction". (07/2014)
Haitham Gabr paper with Andrei Todor, Alin Dobra and Tamer Kahveci is accepted to the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. The title of their paper is "Reachability analysis in probabilistic biological networks". (07/2014)
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". (06/2014)
Ahmet Ay paper with Dihong Gong and Tamer Kahveci is accepted to the Cancer Informatics Journal. The title of their paper is "Network-based prediction of cancer under genetic storm". (06/2014)
The Bioinformatics Lab is awarded a one year project titled "Identification of phylogenetic and functional networks of prokaryotes that control methane production in peatlands". (06/2014)
Haitham Gabr's paper with Tamer Kahveci is accepted to the IEEE ICCABS conference. The title of their paper is "Characterization of probabilistic signaling networks through signal propagation". (05/2014)
Tamer Kahveci is the Workshops chair of the International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (ACM-BCB) 2014.
Tamer Kahveci
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