User: Andrew Teschendorff

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Job: JOB: Research Associate in Computational / Statistical Epigenomics and Single-Cell Omics
... An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Computational Systems Genomics Lab, headed by Prof Andrew Teschendorff, at the CAS-MPG Partner Institute for Computational Biology, Shanghai. The Computational Systems Genomics Lab carries out research at the interface between Machine Learning, Genomics ...
job cancer genomics cancer epigenomics single-cell rna-seq network theory written 6 months ago by Andrew Teschendorff60 • updated 6 months ago by ronniepubg0
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Answer: A: batch effects 450K
... Hi Femke, For COMBAT you do not need to specify a phenotype of interest. Read the original paper presenting COMBAT. rgds A ********************************************************************** ********************************************************************** *** Andrew E Teschendorff P ...
written 7.3 years ago by Andrew Teschendorff60
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JOB: Research Associate in Statistical Epigenomics (London)
... University College London - UCL Institute for Women's Health Full Time: The appointment will be on UCL Grade 7. The salary range will be ?32,055 - ?38,744 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Research Associate (biostatistician/statistical geneticist) ...
cancer ovarian process written 7.5 years ago by Andrew Teschendorff60
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Answer: A: Removing batch effects with sva and combat using the sva package
... Dear Bioconductors, In addition to Jeff's detailed explanation I think that it is also important to make the community aware of some of the potential pitfalls associated with SVA methodologies. In particular, SVA assumes a model (e.g linear model) between the phenotype of interest and the actu ...
written 7.8 years ago by Andrew Teschendorff60
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Comment: C: Regression analysis problem
... Dear Kevin, How you treat the DNA methylation data will very much depend on the specific biological question you are trying to address. It is pretty clear that if you have a mixture of different cell types, each with a different methylation pattern, that small yet biologically and clinically ...
written 8.0 years ago by Andrew Teschendorff60

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