“Locality sensitive hashing for the edit distance” accepted to ISMB/ECCB 2019

Related to the work we presented at ISMB last year, our new work on making a new hashing scheme that improves on Jaccard and Hamming distances for searching large sequences was recently accepted to ISMB/ECCB 2019 in Basel, Switzerland. This is work with Guillaume Marçais, Carl Kingsford, and Prashant Pandey. A preprint of the manuscript is on bioRxiv (see Publications).

ISCB-SC 2018 Symposia Article Published

Our editorial describing the symposia that were hosted by the ISCB Student Council over 2018 calendar year was recently published in F1000 Research. I am proud to say this is the first year I attended 2 out of the 3. While I was not a primary organizer for any of the events, all three were well received and the symposia chairs, the committee members, and all of the attendees are to thank.

https://f1000research.com/articles/8-34/v1

With the publication of this article I am also ending my tenure on the ISCB-SC Executive Team, which has been a great experience.

Biological Data Science at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

I have been invited to give a talk at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Biological Data Science meeting (#biodata18) November 7-10. My talk is preliminarily titled “Building an automated bioinformatician—More accurate, large-scale genomic discovery using parameter advising”.

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