Bioinformatics Research Group

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About the BiRG

If you don’t work on important problems, it’s not likely that you’ll do important work. — Richard Hamming

We develop algorithms and software to tackle some of the most challenging and interesting data intensive problems in the life sciences. Our research interests include pattern analysis in high-dimensionality data sets, multivariate statistics, evolutionary computation and optimization, computational science, cloud computing, and eScience. We apply our research to a variety of problems from fields such as biochemistry and molecular biology. We currently have multidisciplinary projects underway in metabolomics, human cognition, toxicology, and immunology.

Director: Dr. Paul Anderson

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Contents

Presentations and Articles

Why Scientists Should Learn to Compute

Rise of the Data Scientist

Related Links

College of Charleston

Department of Computer Science, College of Charleston

Discovery Informatics Program at the College of Charleston

BiRG Meeting Schedule

Time and Location: Friday at 3:00 PM in 220 J.C. Long
Meetings will be held weekly each semester and are open to anyone with an interest in bioinformatics. The meetings have two main goals:

  1. to explore topics of interest to the group and
  2. discuss specific research opportunities and the status of ongoing projects (Opportunities)

Schedule (subject to change)

Jan. 24 Dr. Anderson
Jan. 31 Katie
Feb. 7 Jeremy
Feb. 14 Lee
Feb. 21 Melissa
Feb. 28 Status
Spring Break NO MEETING
Mar. 6 Metabolomics - Paul
Mar. 13 Metabolomics - Paul
Mar. 20 Introduction to Pattern Recognition - Tatiana
Mar. 27 Visual Pattern Recognition - Austin
April 3 More on HMMs - Dr. A
April 10 More on HMMs - Clay
April 17 TBA
April 24 End of the year/semester outing

Fort Johnson Marine Science Seminar Series

http://grice.cofc.edu/fjseminars.htm

MUSC Bioinformatics/Biostatistics Seminar

http://projects.dbbe.musc.edu/wiki/Classes/JournalClub/Spring2012

Location: Room 301, 135 Cannon Street

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