The opportunity to teach, be it lecturing or mentoring students, is an important reason why I want to pursue my career in academia. Below are my coursera video lectures with Pavel Pevzner and Phillip Compeau (with more than 200.000 students registered for the last 2 years)
My research interest includes:
The highlights of my research can be seen in my publications:
A full list of my recent publications is available here. You may also check the following databases:
“Ragout2: a reference-assisted tool for mammalian genome assembly” has been chosen as a default pipeline for Sanger/UCSC to assemble 22 mouse wild-strains into complete chromosomes. (Mikhail Kolmogorov, Brian Raney, Duncan Odom, Paul Flicek, David Thybert, Benedict Paten, and Son Pham).
The source code is now available under GPL license.
BioTuring is now in Beta release. You need an invitation to register an account.
"Ragout: a reference-assisted assembly tool for bacterial genomes" has been accepted to ISMB 2014, Bioinformatics 2014 and featured by Genomeweb.
Genomic Medicine 2015 conference in Vietnam.
I am the organizer and program chair of Genomic Medicine 2015, and also served as a Program Committee Member for: RECOMB-BE 2009, RECOMB-BE 2010, RECOMB-BE 2011; Referee for Bioinformatics, BMC Bioinformatics, Nucleic Acids Research, Frontiers in Bioinformatics, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics; Sub-reviewer for Nature, Nature Communication, Cell.