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About winhide

I develop and use computational biology approaches to impact global public health in research such as understanding of stem cell biology, systematics of cellular profiling and complex diseases.

How do normal pathways interact with each other and Alzheimer’s genes?

We’re excited to release our latest paper in PLOS Computational Biology:”The Pathway Coexpression Network: Revealing pathway relationships” which has come from working together in our collaboration with Harvard’s Rudolph Tanzi as part of the Cure Alzheimer’s fund CIRCUITS consortium and the Alzheimer’s … Continue reading

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Colliding galaxies – Alzheimer’s and Big Data

Big Data: Could It Ever Cure Alzheimer’s Disease? http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/833784 I was struck by this article by Masud Husain (closed access in BRAIN so you cannot read the original) which is reprinted on medcsape. The article nudged me to write a post because … Continue reading

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Why I left Harvard and went to Sheffield. The reveal.

Why I left Harvard and went to Sheffield. The reveal..

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Why I left Harvard and went to Sheffield. The reveal.

I explain why I left Harvard in a talk: Inaugural Lecture Breaking the Human Genome Code – Opening Pandora’s Box? At the end of the talk (min 47:00)  there is a reveal as to why I recently left Harvard to move to Sheffield. In a nutshell … Continue reading

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Why I left Harvard – and went to Sheffield

Why I left Harvard – and went to Sheffield.

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Human genome has gone from What, to Where and When

Today’s Nature has published our article that describes a comprehensive, detailed map of the way genes are active across the major cells and tissues of the human body. The findings describe the complex networks that govern gene activity – detailing each promotor … Continue reading

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‘Occupy Science’: Sage Commons Congress marching to the transformation of attitude to biomedical research

Working on a project with an incredible sense of joy – imagine that? Bioscience? Well this is a battle of attitude – share your data, attribute contribution by DOI links to the data you deposit, share your methods in real … Continue reading

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