News

2018

5/18 Mark your calendars for the 2018 May Institute on computation and statistics for mass spectrometry and proteomics on April 30 – May 11, 2018. Details will be posted here.

2017

10/17 Kylie and Olga organize an invited session on “Data Analysis and Quantitation” at the Imaging Mass Spectrometry Society Inaugural Meeting

9/17 Kylie and Olga speak at OurCon V – Mass Spectrometry Imaging Conference. Congratulations to Kylie for receiving a travel award!

7/17 Congratulations to Tsung-Heng, who’s paper “Statistical characterization of therapeutic protein modifications” is accepted to Nature Scientific Reports!

6/17 Congratulations to April, who successfully passed her PhD preliminary exam!

6/17 Congratulations to Cyril, who was awarded a travel grant by the Burroghs Wellcome foundation, in support of a collaboration with the Cristea lab at Princeton University!

5/17 Kylie presents her work on Matter at the UseR! conference in Brussels. Watch the presentation here.

5/17 The 2017 May Institute on computation and statistics for mass spectrometry and proteomics completed with success! Take a look at the course materials, and at the videos of the presentations

4/17 Olga gives a keynote presentation at Biomedical Computation at Stanford.

4/17 Congratulations to Eralp, who’s paper “MSstatsQC: Longitudinal system suitability monitoring and quality control for targeted proteomic experiments” is accepted to Molecular and Cellular Proteomics

4/17 Congratulations to Kylie, who’s paper “Matter: an R package for rapid prototyping with larger-than-memory datasets on disk” is accepted to Bioinformatics!

4/17 Meena, Ting, Tsung-Heng and Olga are co-teaching short courses introducing MSstats, in association with ABRF, US HUPO and ASMS. Look out for similar opportunities in 2018!

2016

12/16 “May Institute: Computation and statistics for mass spectrometry and proteomics” is now accepting applications. Register here.

12/16 Congratulations to Robert, who’s paper “A Bayesian active learning experimental design for inferring signaling networks” is accepted to RECOMB 2017!

12/16 Congratulations to Meena and Zeynep, who led the synthesis of the “ABRF Proteome Informatics Research Group (iPRG) 2015 Study: Detection of differentially abundant proteins in label-free quantitative LC-MS/MS experiments”. The manuscript is accepted to Journal of Proteome Research.

12/16 Congratulations to Robert, who successfully defended his dissertation “Bayesian causal inference of cell signal transaction”!

11/16 Eralp presents our research at VII Proteomics Workshop. The VII Proteomics Workshop will be held by the Brazilian Biosciences National Laboratory (LNBio) at the Brazilian Center.

10/16 Meena, April, Ting, Sara and Kylie are traveling to Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is the world’s largest gathering of women technologists. It is produced by the Anita Borg Institute and presented in partnership with ACM.

10/16 Olga and Meena are organizing a session on “Proteomics in the Era of Large Datasets” at Northeast Regional Life Sciences Core Directors(NERLSCD) conference.

08/16 Congratulations to Kylie, who successfully defended her dissertation “A framework for the statistical analysis of mass spectrometry imaging experiments”. Kylie is on to a Future Faculty Postdoctoral associate position at Northeastern University. Congratulations Kylie!

03/16 The special issue of Journal Proteome Research on Large-Scale Computational Mass Spectrometry and Multiomics edited by Olga is out! Take a look.

03/16 Congratulations to Ting, who was awarded the Wolfgang Goetzinger – Amgen Memorial Graduate scholar Award in Life Sciences. This Amgen-sponsored award covers travel and other research-related expenses. Congratulations Ting!

02/16 Congratulations to Robert, who’s perspective article “From correlation to causality: statistical approaches to learning regulatory relationships in large-scale biomolecular investigations” was named an ‘Editor’s choice’ manuscript by the American Chemical Society (ACS)!

01/16 Congratulations to Kyle, who’s manuscript “Probabilistic segmentation of mass spectrometry images helps select important ions and characterize confidence in the resulting segments” is accepted to Molecular and Cellular Proteomics!

01/16 Congratulations to Robert, who’s perspective article “From correlation to causality: statistical approaches to learning regulatory relationships in large-scale biomolecular investigations” is accepted to Journal of Proteome Research!

01/16 Join us at the annual conference of US HUPO, which will take place on March 13-16 in Boston. Olga is co-organizing the conference.