Alexey Nesvizhskii, Ph.D.

Alexey Nesvizhskii, Ph.D.

Professor of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics
Professor of Pathology

Areas of Interest

Dr. Nesvizhskii's research interest is in the field of quantitative proteomics, with a focus on the development of computational methods for processing and extracting biological information from complex proteomic datasets. Similar to other global high throughput technologies such as microarray gene expression analysis, proteomics is extremely dependent on the ability to quickly and reliably analyze large amounts of experimental data. One of the aims of Dr. Nesvizhskii's research is to close the critical gap between the development of high throughput quantitative proteomics methods and the ability to deal with the resulting data deluge and to convert it into new biological knowledge or to develop new disease biomarkers. The efforts in his lab range from the development of computational tools and statistical methods for mass spectrometry-based peptide and protein identification and quantification, to the establishment of guidelines and standards for proteomic data analysis and publication, to the creation of public databases and proteomic data repositories and integration of proteomic with genomic and other types of biological data


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