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Prof. Mark Gerstein completed his PhD training in Computational Chemistry & Biophysics at Cambridge University, England, followed by postdoctoral training at Stanford. Prof. Gerstein is currently a Professor in the Department of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry with a joint appointment in Computer Science and co-director of the Computational Biology & Bioinformatics PhD Program. He is a specialist in bioinformatics with particular interest in large-scale data science, especially as it pertains to personal genome analyses. Current research foci in his lab include cancer genomics, genomic privacy, neurotranscriptomics, biological networks (especially gene regulatory networks), and macromolecular packing. Prof Gerstein has received a number of awards such as being elected as a fellow of the AAAS and the ISCB (International Society of Computational Biology).

120 words, 19-Mar-2016 [nlmtg16]

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