Dental Informatics and Dental Research   Conference, June 12-13, 2003: Making the Connection
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Conference Attendee - Details

Marco F. Ramoni, PhD

marco_ramoni@harvard.edu

Assistant Professor
Informatics Program for Children's Hospital
Harvard Medical School

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Research Interests:
  • Machine learning (Bayesian methods)
  • Bioinformatics (computational biology)
  • Functional genomics (microarrays)
  • Evolutionary genomics (SNPs, complex traits)
Current Projects:

Cluster analysis of gene expression dynamics.

Molecular and clinical classification using microarrays.

Minimal haplotype tagging.

Selected Publications:

P Sebastiani, R Lazarus, ST Weiss, LM Kunkel, IS Kohane, and MF Ramoni. Minimal Haplotype Tagging. Proc Nat Acad Sci USA. In press.

P Sebastiani, E Gussoni, IS Kohane and MF Ramoni. Statistical Challenges in Functional Genomics (with discussion). Statistical Science. In press.

P. Sebastiani, IS Kohane and MF Ramoni. The Role of Machine Learning in the Post-Genomic Era. Machine Learning. In press.

MF Ramoni, P Sebastiani and IS Kohane. Cluster Analysis of Gene Expression Dynamics. Proc Nat Acad Sci USA. 99(14):9121-6. 2002.

R Lazarus, D Vercelli, LJ Palmer WJ Klimecki, EK Silverman, B Richter, A Riva, MF Ramoni, FD Martinez, ST Weiss and DJ Kwiatkowski. Single nucleotide polymorphisms in innate immunity genes: abundant variation and potential role in complex human disease. Immunol Rev. 2002 Dec;190:9-25.

P Sebastiani and MF Ramoni. Bayesian Selection of Decomposable Models with Incomplete Data. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 96(456):1375-1386, 2001.

MF Ramoni and P Sebastiani. Robust Bayes Classifiers. Artificial Intelligence, 125(1-2):207-224, 2001.

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