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Anne E. Carpenter
Senior Director of the Imaging Platform
Senior Computational Biologist
I lead the image assay development team, which collaborates with biologists around the world to create open source image analysis pipelines to help turn images...
about Beth Cimini
Senior Software Engineer
My primary interests are computer vision and machine learning and their applicability to cell and microbiology. I’m also interested in compilers, computer...
about Allen Goodman
Senior Group Leader
I lead the image-based profiling team. We develop machine learning and statistical methods to create fingerprints of genes, chemicals, and diseases from...
about Shantanu Singh
Srinivas Niranj Chandrasekaran
I am a postdoctoral associate in the profiling team. I am a computational biologist and biophysicist by training with interests in developing mathematical and...
about Srinivas Niranj Chandrasekaran
I’m eager to apply my training in machine learning and signal processing to build the tools needed for the next generation of diagnostics/therapies.
I am a postdoctoral researcher in the assay development team with a background in cell biology and microscopy. By creating image analysis pipelines we help...
about Nasim Jamali
I’m passionate about helping scientists do science! I have a background in research publishing, freelance writing and editing, and systems management. I have a...
about Becki Ledford
I first developed a passion for using computers to look at digital images at UW-Madison, and later learned how to apply Machine Learning to these images during...
about Alice Lucas
My primary interest is applying advanced statistical methods and machine learning approaches to analyze high throughput image-based phenotypic screens to...
about Hamdah Shafqat-Abbasi
David R. Stirling
I am a postdoctoral researcher in the image assay development team, with a background in infection and immunity. My passion is helping others use quantitative...
about David R. Stirling
I use data science, machine learning, and software engineering to extract insights from large biomedical data sets. I am interested in image-based profiling,...
about Gregory Way
As part of the image assay development team, I use my background as a biochemist/cell biologist to help other scientists make qualitative data quantitative.
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