Instructor in the Rabb School of Continuing Studies, Division of Graduate Professional Studies
Rabb School of Continuing Studies, Division of Graduate Professional Studies
Bioinformatics, systems biology, genome-wide studies.
Deanne Taylor, PhD is an assistant professor in the Ob/Gyn/RE department at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and an adjunct faculty member in the Genetics Department at Rutgers University. She studies mechanisms of aneuploidy and metabolic systems in embryos.She is also interested in studying the evolution of complex systems using mathematical models coupled with genomic data. In the past, she was the Executive Director of the Bioinformatics Core at Harvard School of Public Health, and before that, she was a Bioinformatics Principal Investigator at EMD-Serono, one of the world's largest biotechnology companies. She has been part of the Brandeis Continuing Studies Department since 2001, and served as its Program Director between 2006-2008. At Brandeis and elsewhere, she has taught classes in Biochemistry, Nucleic Acids, Microarrays, Systems Biology, statistics and programming. She keeps a blog called Confluxion at http://www.confluxion.org/ and is involved in promoting discussions on science by developing a scientific journal discussion website at http://www.sciters.com/
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ph.D.
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, M.S.
Wellesley College, B.A.
Awards and Honors
American Society for Reproductive Medicine: 2010 SART Prize Paper (2010)
American Society for Reproductive Medicine: Scientific Program Prize, ASRM 2010. (2010)
Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor, University of Michigan (2001)
Margaret Dow Towsley Scholarship, University of Michigan (2000)
University of Michigan Chemistry Department Teaching Award (2000)
University of Michigan Center for the Education of Women Sloan Fellowship (1998)
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