- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Genetics and Genomic Sciences
Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Computer Science and Engineering
Post-doctoral scholar, University of California, Berkeley
- Gaurav Pandey is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Genetics and Genomic Sciences at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine (New York) and is part of the newly formed Institute for Genomics and Multiscale Biology. He completed his Ph.D. in computer science and engineering from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities in 2010, and subsequently completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of California, Berkeley. His primary fields of interest are computational biology, genomics and large-scale data analysis and mining, and he has published extensively in these areas.
Certificate of recognition for excellent contributions to data mining research
ACM SIGKDD (largest society of professional data mining researchers)
2009 - 2010
Doctoral dissertation fellowship
University of Minnesota Graduate School
Structure extraction from unstructured documents, US Patent 7,562,088
Finalist for Ph.D. fellowship (one of about 30 candidates across all Comp. Sc. departments)
ACM SIGMOD (largest society of professional database researchers and practitioners)
Computational genomics and large-scale data analysis/miningOur lab develops and applies computational methods for building predictive and network models of complex biological processes and diseases. These data-driven methods have become critical in the new era biology, which is witnessing an explosion of the amount and types of data like never before. Using such approaches, we have gained successful insights into immunological processes, large-scale interactions between genes and proteins and survival of breast cancer patients. We also have a continuing interest in the computational prediction of protein function and the development of novel data mining and machine learning methods. For more details of our work, check out our publications at Google Scholar.
Our lab has been at Sinai for just over an year, during which time we have built successful collaborations with immunologists and cancer and cardiovascular specialists, with many more being planned. We are a small lab right now, because of which the PI can pay more attention to lab members' projects and problems. We are a completely computational or bioinformatics lab right now, so some computing experience will be appreciated, but not necessary. The main requirement is a strong motivation to learn and excel. If you are interested in joining us (we hope you are!), send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time for discussion. We are located within the Genomics Institute's suite on the 3rd floor of the Icahn Medical Institute.
Pandey G, Cohain A, Miller J, Merad M. Decoding dendritic cell function through module and network analysis. Journal of immunological methods 2012 Oct;.
Miller JC, Brown BD, Shay T, Gautier EL, Jojic V, Cohain A, Pandey G, Leboeuf M, Elpek KG, Helft J, Hashimoto D, Chow A, Price J, Greter M, Bogunovic M, Bellemare-Pelletier A, Frenette PS, Randolph GJ, Turley SJ, Merad M. Deciphering the transcriptional network of the dendritic cell lineage. Nature immunology 2012 Sep; 13(9).
Bellay J, Atluri G, Sing TL, Toufighi K, Costanzo M, Ribeiro PS, Pandey G, Baller J, VanderSluis B, Michaut M, Han S, Kim P, Brown GW, Andrews BJ, Boone C, Kumar V, Myers CL. Putting genetic interactions in context through a global modular decomposition. Genome research 2011 Aug; 21(8).
Pandey G, Zhang B, Chang AN, Myers CL, Zhu J, Kumar V, Schadt EE. An integrative multi-network and multi-classifier approach to predict genetic interactions. PLoS computational biology 2010; 6(9).
Fang G, Kuang R, Pandey G, Steinbach M, Myers CL, Kumar V. Subspace differential coexpression analysis: problem definition and a general approach. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 2010;.
Pandey G, Myers CL, Kumar V. Incorporating functional inter-relationships into protein function prediction algorithms. BMC bioinformatics 2009; 10.
Pandey G, Zhang B, Jian L. Predicting submicron air pollution indicators: a machine learning approach. Environmental science. Processes & impacts 2013 Mar;.
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Dr. Pandey did not report having any of the following types of financial relationships with industry during 2012 and/or 2013: consulting, scientific advisory board, industry-sponsored lectures, service on Board of Directors, participation on industry-sponsored committees, equity ownership valued at greater than 5% of a publicly traded company or any value in a privately held company. Please note that this information may differ from information posted on corporate sites due to timing or classification differences.
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