ARODZ BIOINFORMATICS LAB
Since July 2010, Tom Arodz is an assistant professor at the Department of Computer Science at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Engineering. See full c.v. in PDF
Ph.D. students (starring in alphabetical order)
Xi Gao has a master degree in Bioinformatics (Quantitative Statistical Track) in 2010 from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia and a bachelor degree in Public Health with a minor in Preventive Medicine in 2008 from Sun Yat-Sen University in Guangzhou, China. She has experience in statistical analysis of metagenomic sequencing data, and in applying imputation methods in genome-wide association studies. Currently she is working on analysis of proteomic profiling to uncover determinants of impaired wound healing.Raid S. Mohaidat
Raid S. Mohaidat has a master degree in Computer Science (Software Engineering) in 2000, a master degree in Mathematics (Applied Mathematics) in 1998, both from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia and a bachelor's degree in mathematics with a minor in statistics from MUTA University in Karak-Jordan in 1990. He has over ten years working experience in the field of software engineering, software development, mathematical modeling, data management and analysis. Currently he is working on combining machine learning with biological networks analysis.Janusz Slawek
Janusz Slawek has a master degree in Computer Science (Distributed Systems and Computer Networks) in 2010 from AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland. Has three years working experience in the field of software development and database management. Currently he is working on computational analysis of genome sequence and mutational data.
The Bioinformatics Lab is looking for a motivated Ph.D. student. We are looking for a person with an M.Sc. in computer science or related field, interested in doing research in bioinformatics. The position comes with a stipend. Contact tar