|Gil Alterovitz, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Phone: (617) 525-4478
|B. Toner, “MIT/Harvard’s Alterovitz on Biomarker Analysis, Complex Networks, and the Benefits of Commercial Software,” in Bioinform. vol. 10, Aug 18, 2006.J. Healey, “Massachusetts Institute of Technology Integrates Cancer Research in the Lab and
Classroom with MathWorks Tools,” in The Mathworks: User Stories, March 2006. [Full Text Web Link] [PDF Download from Mathworks Site]
|Faculty, Children’s Hospital Informatics Program Member, Partners HealthCare Center for Personalized Genetic Medicine.|
|Proteomics and Cellular Network Engineering:GO PaD
Discovering Biological Guilds
|Proteomics and Cellular Network Engineering: From Signal Processing to Stochastic Design (Bio.95hfa), Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University, Fall 2006/Spring 07 (New class- course materials developed).
Biomedical Computing (MIT 6.872 / HST 950), Harvard/MIT HST and MIT EECS.