As a researcher at the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health, I work broadly in the areas of genomics and bioinformatics of high-throughput data analysis. In addition to data analysis and biologically-driven projects, I have a strong interest in developing software and tools for analysing and interpreting genomic data and help to lead the Bioconductor project. Take a look at my publications page or my Google Scholar Profile for details.

Recent Blog Posts

Globus Connect Multiuser Setup Notes

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Globus Connect enables your system to use the Globus file transfer and sharing service. It makes it simple to create a Globus endpoint on practically any system, from a personal laptop to a national supercomputer. Globus Connect is free to install and use for users at non-profit research and education institutions. This presents very brief notes for setting up globus connect multiuser.

Scientific collaboration tools

Friday, August 22, 2014

Reproducible research in a team environment implies that team members work collaboratively to produce knowledge. Doing so in a productive and reproducible way has lead to a number of potentially useful tools and environments. This post includes a sampling of such tools.

Clustering and Microarray Preprocessing Talks

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

The good folks at Cold Spring Harbor have made the lectures from the CSHL Statistical Analysis of Genomic Data available for public viewing. A couple of my talks give a high-level overview of microarray preprocessing and clustering.