As the summer 2016 comes to a close, I want to acknowledge the outstanding contributions of this summers guest researchers.
- Naomi Wilson (left) is an undergrad student from SUNY Geneseo. She spent the summer working curating metabolism kinetic data and building neural networks to model them. This work will be part of an upcoming publication. … Continue Reading ››
Dr. Grover P. Miller Ph.D.
and Dr. S. Joshua Swamidass M.D. Ph.D. are pleased to announce that our grant "Data and Tools for Modeling Metabolism and Reactivity
" was funded by the National Library of Medicine (NLM)
of the NIH after receiving an outstanding impact score of 21 (5th percentile) by the independent study section.
This … Continue Reading ››
This is a minor update to figure 10 in a recently published paper: Original Paper
The revised figure displays both the RMSE between each method and perfectly scaled prediction, and the R2
values for the Pearson correlation of the best-file line for that method. As measured by RMSE, the three methods have the same relative value as in … Continue Reading ››
We are happy to have Matt Matlock officially join the group for his PhD. Matt has worked in the group over the last three years, but now that he is entering the PhD portion of his MD/PhD program, he will be with us full time.