Bioinformatics Lab UofL

Formers students at Bioinformatics Laboratory

Former Bioinformatics Lab’s Doctoral Students
Rami Fahim Mohammad


Ph.D Dissertation: A System-Based Approach for Detecting Molecular Interactions Across Tissues
Current Employment: Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts.

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Rami Fahim Mohammad


Ph.D Dissertation: Bayesian Nonparametric Clusterings in Relational and High-Dimensional Settings with Applications in Bioinformatics
Current Employment: Cisco Systems, Inc, San Francisco, California.

Rami Rami Mahdi


Ph.D Dissertation: Reduced HyperBF Networks: Practical Optimization, Regularization, and Applications in Bioinformatics
Current Employment: Cornell University School of Medicine, New York, NY.

Christy Christy Gearheart


Ph.D. Dissertation: DNA-based Computing for Secure Circuitry Design
Current Employment: University of Colorado-Denver School of Medicine, Aurora, CO.

Elizabeth I. Elizabeth Cha, Ph.D.


Ph.D. Dissertation: Computational Analysis of Expressed Sequence Tags for Understanding Gene Regulation
Current Employment:

Tim Tim Hardin, Ph.D.


Ph.D. Dissertation:
Current Employment: University of Louisville, Louisville, KY

Xiaohui Xiaohui Cui


Ph.D. Dissertation:
Current Employment: Oak Ridge National Laboratories, Oak Ridge, TN

Former Bioinformatics Lab’s Master’s Students
Josh Josh Hornsby


M.Eng. Thesis:Implementation of Data Management Portion of MiDaR Project
Current Employment: Lockheed Martin, Orlando, FL

Ravi Ravishrikanth Gundlapalli

MS Thesis: Microarray Database Resource for Designing Custom Microarrays
Current Employment:
Foothill Securities, Inc., Mountain View, CA

Abhijit Abhijit Phatak

M.Eng. Project: Using Relational Databases to Analyze Microarray Probes and Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms
Current Employment: Consultant, Louisville, KY

Vasu Vasundhara Akkineni

MS Thesis: Microarray Data Analysis Tool Using Java and R
Current Employment: OCLC Inc., Columbus, OH

Yamini Yamini Latha Rudraraju


MS Project: MPrime-DEG: Multiple Degenerate Primer Design for Amplifying Homologous Sequences
Current Employment: Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY

Ashutosh Ashutosh Koparkar


MS Project: Computational Detection of CPE Elements Within DNA Sequences
Current Employment:

Yetu Yetu Yachim


M.Eng. Project: An Alternative to Conventional Methods in Digital Image Viewing
Current Employment: Delphi Steering, Saginaw, MI

Patrick Patrick Graves


M.Eng. Project: EST Visualizer
Current Employment: GE Aviation, Cincinnati, OH

Andrew Andrew Thai

M.Eng. Thesis: Evaluation of Using Swarm Intelligence to Produce Facility Layout Solutions
Current Employment: Humana, Louisville, KY

Sixtus Sixtus Iwu


M.Eng. Project: KBRIN Publications Reference Manager
Current Employment: Louisville, KY

Joe Joe Morris


M.Eng. Thesis: An Analysis Pipeline for the Processing, Annotation, and Dissemination of Expressed Sequence Tags
Current Employment: University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville, KY.

Katie Katie Hoblitzell


M.Eng. Project: Tissue based analysis of gene expression using ESTs
Current Employment: ExxonMobil, Houston, TX.


Martin Disibio

Masters Student

Former Bioinformatics Lab’s Undergraduate’s Students
Eric Eric Stutzenberger


Undergraduate Project: D i s t r i b u t e d P a i r w i s e S e q u e n c e A l i g n m e n t A l g o r i t h m D e v e l o p m e n t

Kevin Kevin Price


Undergraduate Project: Visualization of Tandem Repeats within the Zebrafish Genome

Aun Aun Munis


Undergraduate Project: Design of a Custome Microarray Chip for Neurological Processes

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