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Eric Samorodnitsky, Ph.D.
Eric is currently a bioinformatics post-doctoral fellow at Boston University School of Medicine. He earned his B.S. from Cornell University in Biological and Environmental Engineering and received his Ph.D. from Penn State, where he used Python programming to analyze microarray and Next Generation sequencing data for genome-wide transcription factor binding. Currently, he uses Python programming for the analysis of Macaca Mulatta (rhesus monkey) behavioral and feeding data.
Zhdanova IV, Masuda K, Bozhokin SV, Rosene DL, Gonzalez-Martinez J, Schettler S, Samorodnitsky E (2012). Familial Ciracidan Rhythm Disorder in the Diurnal Primate, Macaca mulatta. PLoS One. 7(3): e33327
Samorodnitsky E and Pugh BF (2010). Genome-wide modeling of transcription preinitiation complex disassembly mechanisms using ChIP-chip data. PLoS Comput. Biol. 6(4): e1000733