Faculty in Statistical Bioinformatics

Bani Mallick, Director
bmallick at stat.tamu.edu
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Bani Mallick Director of the Center and Distinguished Professor of Statistics. He is a fellow of the ASA and is one of the principals in our Bioinformatics Training Program. He directs the Bayesian Bioinformatics Laboratory.

Raymond J. Carroll, Harlin Chair
carroll at stat.tamu.edu
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Raymond Carroll is Distinguished Professor of Statistics, Nutrition and Toxicology Harlin Chair. His laboratory is the Laboratory for Statistical Bioinformatics in Nutrition and Cancer.

Valen Johnson, Department Head, Statistics
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Valen Johnson is Professor and Department Heaf of Statistics, His current methodological interests focus on Bayesian hypothesis testing and its connections to classical testing procedures, Bayesian variable selection, Markov chain Monte Carlo model diagnostics and latent variable modeling

Alan Dabney
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Alan Dabney is an Associate Professor of Statistics, specializing in microarrays and proteomics.

Jeff Hart
hart at stat.tamu.edu
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Jeff Hart is Professor of Statistics, doing research on methods for microarray data.

Samiran Sinha
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Samiran Sinha is an Associate Professor of Statistics, specializing in Bayesian computation. He is an associate director of the Bayesian Bioinformatics Laboratory.

Cliff Spiegelman
cliff at stat.tamu.edu
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Cliff Spiegelman is Distinguished Professor of Statistics and Toxicology. He is a fellow of the IMS and the ASA, and is a long-time editor of a major Chemometrics journal. The pig in the photo is from a melanoma model where the animals get melanoma at a few months of age (without any inducement) and it goes away naturally at about 9 months of age.

Bhattacharya Anirban
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Bhattacharya Anirban is an Assistant Professor of Statistics.
Develops parsimonious models for high dimensional contingency table data, motivated by epidemiology and genetic applications

Roger Zoh
rzoh at stat.tamu.edu
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Roger Zoh is an Assistant Research Scientist of Statistics.
His interests are Bayesian analysis of genomic data, Bayesian genes network

Garry Adams
gadams at .tamu.edu
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Garry Adams is an Senior Professor of Veterinary Medicine
His interests are with the biological interface between hosts and etiologial agents and the resulting patterns of morphological leisions, especially leisions caused by infectious disease agents

Tapasree Roy Sarkar
troysarkar at .tamu.edu
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Tapasree Sarkar is a Research Assistant Professor of Veterinary Medicine
Her focus is to investigate the role of exosomes in cancer progression and metastasis

Charlie Johnson
charlie at ag.tamu.edu
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Charlie Johnson is the Managing Director for the Center for Bioinformatics and Genomics Systems Engineering Joint Tees & Agrilife Center

Rodolfo Aramayo
raramayo at tamu.edu
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Rodolfo Aramayois an Associate Professor for the Department of Biology at Texas A&M University
His interests are with Genetics, Epigenetics and Meiotic RNA Silencing

Veerabhadran Baladandayuthapani
veera at mdanderson.org
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Veera Baladandayuthapani is Associate Professor, Department of Biostatistics, Division of Quantitative Sciences at MD Anderson

Wenyi Wang
wwang7 at mdanderson.org
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Wenyi Wang is Assistant Professor, Department of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at MD Anderson

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