Shannon McWeeney, Ph.D.

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Statistical Genetics, Computational Biology, Network Reconstruction, Statistical Methodology for functional genomics data, data cleaning and data integration

Summary of Current Research

Dr. Shannon McWeeney is the Head of the Divison of Bioinformatics and Computatational Biology in the Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology, and a Faculty member in the Division of Biostatistics, Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine. She is the Director of the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute Bioinformatics Shared Resource and the OCTRI Translational Bioinformatics Program. In 2010, Dr. McWeeney was selected as a Kavli Frontiers of Science Fellow.

Selected Publications

"Corepressor Rcor1 is essential for murine erythropoiesis," Blood (Vol: 123, Issue: 20, Page 3175-3184) - 2014

"Cytomegalovirus miRNAs target secretory pathway genes to facilitate formation of the virion assembly compartment and reduce cytokine secretion," Cell Host and Microbe (Vol: 15, Issue: 3, Page 363-373) - 2014

"Oligomask: A framework for assessing and removing the effect of genetic variants on microarray probes," R Journal (Vol: 6, Issue: 1, Page 159-163) - 2014

"The genetics of gene expression in complex mouse crosses as a tool to study the molecular underpinnings of behavior traits," Mammalian Genome (Vol: 25, Issue: 1-2, Page 12-22) - 2014

"A simulation framework to investigate in vitro viral infection dynamics," Journal of Computational Science (Vol: 4, Issue: 3, Page 127-134) - 2013



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