Research Interests

I am interested in computer science techniques for biological knowledge discovery in large datasets, particularly theoretical aspects of algorithm design and optimization. More generally, I am always looking to learn and apply the principles of computer science and mathematics in novel ways to better understand and solve problems in all disciplines.

Curriculum Vitae

  • Education, Work Experience, Publications, Public Presentations

Current Research - PhD Research

I am currently part of the CIHR/MSFHR Bioinformatics Training Program, started in September 2005. I am a Ph.D. student in the Bioinformatics Program at UBC, under the joint supervision of Francis Ouellette and Wyeth Wasserman.

n-Dimension Scale Invariant Feature Transform
Locality Sensitive Hashing for Motif Finding



Connotea Bibliography

  • My academic reading list
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