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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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    Curriculum vitae

    Current address:

    The University of Melbourne
    Genetics Lane
    Parkville, Victoria


    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



    Biomedical literature analysis

    Python programming and data structures

    Molecular biology laboratory skills


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

    Fellow, International Fitness Association

    Committee Member, Firebird Foundation


    Biomedical literature analysis

    Biological data grids and federated database systems

    Python data structures and algorithms

    Sports and general nutrition

    Wellness management


    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.


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