Andrew Trister, MD PHD
Clinical Research Professor
Radiation Medicine, Outcomes Research, Informatics
BSE in Computer Science and Engineering, School of Engineering & Applied Science, University of Pennsylvania
BA in Biological Basis of Behavior
- Thesis: Reconstruction of 3-D Space Using Structured Light
- Thesis: Nanoscale Particle Binding In-Silico: HIV Docking and Multivalent Recruitment Under Flow
- Fellowship: Sage Bionetworks, NCI Designated Center for Cancer Systems Biology
Interest and Accomplishments:Mole Mapper early cancer detection tool co-developed by Dr Trister
An App for That: Game-Change for Breast Cancer Patients
Publications:Impact of bioinformatic procedures in the development and translation of high-throughput molecular classifiers in oncology.
- The Mole Mapper Study, mobile phone skin imaging and melanoma risk data collected using Research Kit.
Use of Smartphones for Health Research.
- The mPower study, Parkinsondisease mobile data collected using ResearchKit
- Andrew Trister was a visiting scientist at OHSU’s Knight Cancer Institute Department of Radiation Medicine
- Research Gate Profile
- Mole Mapper early cancer detection tool co-developed by Dr Trister