Ellis Patrick

Identifying and interpreting signal in large complex biological data.

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About Ellis Patrick:

I am a Lecturer in the School of Mathematics and Statistics and a staff member at The Westmead Institute for Medical Research. My research interests center on the use and development of statistical methodology to analyse high-dimensional experiments and studies that measure the behaviour of thousands of molecules, cells, samples or subjects. Given this, I place a large value on the subtlety of translating between biological and statistical concepts to form suitable and targeted hypotheses. In my postdoctoral studies, I worked as a computational biologist with joint appointments at Brigham and Women's hospital, Harvard Medical School and The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard where I used my statistical background to investigate the molecular drivers of Alzheimer’s disease and MS. My PhD thesis was on statistical methods for the analysis and interpretation of RNA-Seq data.

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Recent News

Jul 18, 2018
Congratulations Shila on single-cell data analysis challenge.

Jun 20, 2018
DCARS on github.

Jun 13, 2018
Congratulations Madi on prize at SBRS2018.

May 28, 2018
New publication on a molecular map of Alzheimer's disease.

Mar 18, 2018
Preprint - Differential correlation across ranked samples.