User:Najaf

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Since September 2005 I've been an intern in the Hood Laboratory at the Institute for Systems Biology. I completed my diploma thesis in March 2006 and I'm currently waiting for my PhD program to start.
 
== Education==
== Education==
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* October 2000 to March 2006<br>Diploma student, Bioinformatics, University of Tuebingen, Germany
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* 2000 - 2004 <br> Undegraduate program in Computer Science and Mathematics, University of Alabama at Birmingham
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* September 2003 to June 2004<br>Visiting graduate student, Computer Science, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA
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* 2005 - Present: Research Assistant, Hartman Lab
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* 2005 - Present: Research Assistant, Viral Bioinformatics Resource Center
== Research Interests ==
== Research Interests ==
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* integration of large-scale biological data sets
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* Systems Biology, especially the application of systems science to the study of disease.
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* information visualization
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* microarray data analysis
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* proteomics mass spectrometry data analysis
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== Projects ==
== Projects ==
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* [http://www.zbit.uni-tuebingen.de/pas/mayday Mayday] - a microarray data analysis workbench.
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* Coming Soon!
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* [http://prequips.sourceforge.net Prequips] - a proteomics mass spectrometry data analysis tool.
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== Publications ==
== Publications ==
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# J Dietzsch, N Gehlenborg, and Kay Nieselt, Mayday - a microarray data analysis workbench, Bioinformatics 22(8), 1010-1012, 2006, [[doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btl070]].
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# N Shah, A Skjellum, A Metaprogramming Approach to Generating Optimized Code for Algorithms in Linear Algebra, 2005.
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# N Gehlenborg, J Dietzsch, and K Nieselt, A Framework for Visualization of Microarray Data and Integrated Meta Information, Information Visualization 4(3), 164-175, 2005, [[doi:10.1057/palgrave.ivs.9500094]].
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# N Shah, E Elbahesh, Topic-based Clustering of News Articles, 2004.
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== Other ==
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* I'm contributing to the [[ISCB-SC|ISCB Student Council]] pages here on [[OpenWetWare]] and I'm also the editor for the ISCB Student Council [[ISCB-SC:Newsletter:02|newsletter]].
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* I'm co-chairing the [http://www.iscbsc.org/scs2.htm 2nd ISCB Student Council Symposium] in Fortaleza, Brazil.
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Revision as of 13:40, 31 May 2006

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Najaf Shah

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

najafali |AT| gmail |DOT| com


Contents

Education

  • 2000 - 2004
    Undegraduate program in Computer Science and Mathematics, University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • 2005 - Present: Research Assistant, Hartman Lab
  • 2005 - Present: Research Assistant, Viral Bioinformatics Resource Center

Research Interests

  • Systems Biology, especially the application of systems science to the study of disease.

Projects

  • Coming Soon!

Publications

  1. N Shah, A Skjellum, A Metaprogramming Approach to Generating Optimized Code for Algorithms in Linear Algebra, 2005.
  2. N Shah, E Elbahesh, Topic-based Clustering of News Articles, 2004.
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