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Research Description

  • Here is a 50 word description of Mark Gerstein's research (31-Aug-2009)

Dr. Gerstein is the Albert Williams Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry and Computer Science at Yale University. His research involves applying quantitative approaches such as data mining and simulation to problems in molecular biology. He is specifically interested in human genome annotation, molecular networks, and macromolecular geometry.

  • Longer Wiki Description of Mbg-research (out of date as of Aug-2009)


Some random headshots of Mark (including high-dpi ones suitable for printing)

Random "Profile" Pages

There are many random profile pages that are associated with me. Most of these are out of date. My main Page is http://gersteinlab.org/about

Google (not very used Google profile page)

ZoomInfo (contains comprehensive listing of articles referring to the lab)

Math Genealogy Project

BBS Page

Yale Pantheon page (via eli.yale.edu), which can be used as an outbox: http://pantheon.yale.edu/~mg269


Current but rough

NIH-style HTML header

Current list of Scientific Publications

CV Build as of Jan 2013

Built CV with publications and people

Old CV Build in Jan 2012 (obsolete but maybe useful)

Built CV with publications and people

Listing of Lab Personnel and Alumni

Scientific Publications up to Jan. '12

Other Writings up to Jan. '12

Old Stuff

Research Program 2006, 2002a, 2002b, 2001

Complete CV, MS Word format (pubs only up to 2005)

Description of our research featured in C&E News (local copy)

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