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Maurice HT Ling Maurice HT Ling [Send a message]
Member since: December 05, 2002
Research scientist in bioinformatics with experiences in computer science, statistics and molecular biology. I have a number of experiences in presenting my work and general science bilingually (English and Mandarin) to a variety of people, including undergraduate students, scientists and non-scientists.
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Journals: iConcept Journal of Computational and Mathematical Biology
Submitted by Maurice HT Ling; posted on Friday, August 27, 2010
Journals: Methods and Cases in Computational, Mathematical, and Statistical Biology
Submitted by Maurice HT Ling; posted on Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Curriculum vitae

Current address:

The University of Melbourne
Genetics Lane
Parkville, Victoria
Australia

Education:

PhD in Bioinformatics
The University of Melbourne
2004 - 2008
BSc in Computing
University of Portsmouth
2004 - 2005
BSc (Hons) in Molecular and Cell Biology
The University of Melbourne
2002 - 2004

Experience:

Skills:

Biomedical literature analysis

Python programming and data structures

Molecular biology laboratory skills

Activities:

Associate Editor, The Python Papers (ISSN 1834-3147)

Fellow, International Fitness Association

Committee Member, Firebird Foundation

Interests:

Biomedical literature analysis

Biological data grids and federated database systems

Python data structures and algorithms

Sports and general nutrition

Wellness management

References:

Ling, MHT, Lefevre, C, Nicholas, KR, Lin, F. 2007. Re-construction of Protein-Protein Interaction Pathways by Mining Subject-Verb-Objects Intermediates. Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics 4774. (pp. 286-299) Springer-Verlag.

Ling, MHT. 2006. An Anthological Review of Research Utilizing MontyLingua, a Python-Based End-to-End Text Processor. The Python Papers 1 (1): 5-12.

Other:

Home page: http://maurice.vodien.com

 

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