Author Archives: winhide

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.

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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Commons sharing – buzz at this years Translational Bioinformatics Conference

Our work on a stem cell commons – an as-open-as-you-choose sharing data system for placing stem cell molecular and experimental information into context was shared with the community by Shannan Ho Sui – the program director- at the TBI last week. … Continue reading

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