- Name: Yuri Bendana
- Email: ybendana at gmail com
After starting out as a control systems and software engineer, I enrolled in the UC Berkeley/UCSF Joint Graduate Group in Bioengineering in 2004. I was a member of the Holmes Lab from February 2006 to June 2007.
My research interests are broadly in computational biology, more specifically in applying statistical machine learning methods to biological data, especially at the molecular and cellular level. I am also interested in systems biology analysis/simulation, synthetic biology design, and bioinformatic visualization tools.
- Prediction of non-coding RNA genes in the Drosophila genome. See Twelve Fly Scan, Twelve Fly Screen, Fruitfly Bioinformatics Resources, Xrate Pipeline.
- Bendaña & Holmes: Colorstock, SScolor, Ratón: RNA alignment visualization tools. Bioinformatics 2008;24:579-80.
- Klosterman et al.: XRate: a fast prototyping, training and annotation tool for phylo-grammars. BMC Bioinformatics 2006;7:428.
Comp Bio Links
- RNA engineering
- Journal Club, Fruitfly Ribo Club, Compbio Conferences
- How Much Training Data Do INeed
- Make Use Cases
- Yb Log, Yb Biblio, Yb To Do
- Holmes Lab, Lab Meeting, Lab Travel, Biowiki CVS
- Teaching.BioE131, Teaching.BioE131-F05, BioE190B
- Grad School: How To, PHD, The Snail's Pace
- Concepts: Parse
- Safari bookshelf
- Perl: Learning Perl, Intermediate Perl, Advanced Perl
- Python: Python in a Nutshell, Python Cookbook, Learning Python, Programming Python
- Java: Java in a Nutshell
- DB: MySQL in a Nutshell
- Mac OS X: Mac OS X in a Nutshell, Running Mac OS X, Mac OS X: The Missing Manual, Mac OS X for Unix Geeks
- Linux: Linux in a Nutshell, Learning Red Hat Linux and Fedora, Learning the bash shell, Running Linux
- Yb Xgram Paper
- Mercator Perl, Non Coding RNADatasets, Fly.NonCodingRNAAnnotationTransfer, Eight Fly Scan, Fly Nc Rna