Epistasis Blog

From the Computational Genetics Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania (www.epistasis.org)

Monday, May 09, 2005

Biodefense Bioinformatics Blog

The Dartmouth CGL is happy to announce the availability of a new blog to communicate the latest developments in bioinformatics strategies for biodefense research. Our work on open-source software packages for MDR, RPM, and SDA is supported by a five-year grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (AI59694). The goal of this grant is to develop bioinformatics research strategies for identifying genetic and proteomic predictors of adverse events (e.g. fever, rash) following vaccination for smallpox.

You can access our Biodefense Bioinformatics Blog here.

2 Comments:

At 6:52 AM, Anonymous Adesina, Kolawole Kayode said...

Great work, kudos! Weldone. What part can I take in this work? I will like to look at storing the complex multidimensional genetic epistasis data with their penetrances in a database system for easier access and availability.

 
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