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== Update ==
== Update ==
As of August 2007, I have joined the Genomics and Computational Biology program at the University of Pennsylvania.  This page is out-of-date.  Please visit [http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~najaf this] page instead.
As of August 2007, I have joined the Genomics and Computational Biology program at the University of Pennsylvania.  This page is out-of-date.  Please visit [http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~najaf this] page instead.
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== Education==
 
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* 2000 - 2004: B.S. in [http://www.cis.uab.edu Computer Science] and [http://www.math.uab.edu Mathematics], [http://www.uab.edu University of Alabama at Birmingham]
 
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* 2005 - Present: Research Assistant, Hartman Lab
 
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* 2005 - Present: Research Assistant, [http://www.biovirus.org Viral Bioinformatics Resource Center]
 

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Hartman Lab

University of Alabama School of Medicine
 
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Najaf Shah

Hartman Lab
Department of Genetics and Translational Medicine
University of Alabama at Birmingham
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Update

As of August 2007, I have joined the Genomics and Computational Biology program at the University of Pennsylvania. This page is out-of-date. Please visit this page instead.


Publications

  1. N.A. Shah, R.J. Laws, B. Wardman, L.P. Zhao and J.L. Hartman IV. Accurate, precise modeling of cell proliferation kinetics from time-lapse imaging and automated image analysis of agar yeast culture arrays, BMC Systems Biology. doi.
  2. Paper on models of gene interactions in yeast (in progress).
  3. N.A. Shah, A. Skjellum, A Metaprogramming Approach to Generating Optimized Code for Algorithms in Linear Algebra, 2005. doi
  4. N.A. Shah, E. Elbahesh, Topic-based Clustering of News Articles, 2004. doi

Software

YeastXtract image analysis software.




Hartman Lab, Division of Translational Medicine, Department of Genetics, University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).
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