University of Wisconsin–Madison
Hello, world! I'm a PhD student at UW, and I study machine learning and biomedical informatics with Mark Craven. Previously, I was a predoctoral trainee in the NLM-funded Computation and Informatics in Biology and Medicine Training Program. I did my undergraduate degree in computer science at beautiful Carleton College in Northfield, MN.
The central problem of my research is to infer the relevant intracellular pathways involved in a biological response; for example, the host pathways that modulate the replication of a virus in a host cell, or the signaling pathways that regulate a yeast cell's transcriptional response to a stressful environment. We've been developing methods using integer linear programming and diffusion kernels to approach this problem.
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Contact me! chasman at cs.wisc.edu
Computer Science Department