Eleanor Howe - Profile

Eleanor Howe is a bioinformatician in the Boston area, currently working at the Broad Institute as a data scientist. She uses statistical and computational tools to determine the mechanism of pre-drug action in biological systems.

She has successfully defended her dissertation at the University of Oxford, and is wrapping up the details of the revisions and expecting to graduate later in 2013. Her thesis work involves the investigation of microRNAs in ovarian cancer. She uses statistical tools via the R programming language to attempt to identify the roles of miRNAs involved in the progression of the disease.

She remains a member of John Quackenbush's Functional genomics lab, where until 2012 she led the development of MultiExperiment Viewer, a desktop Java application that provides a point-and-click interface to sophisticated gene expression data mining and display.





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