Jeremy J. Yang

Informatics Ph.D. student, Cheminformatics Track, Data Science Minor
Indiana University School of Informatics & Computing
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Integrative Data Science Lab

I am a distance-learning graduate student pursuing a PhD in Informatics (cheminformatics track) advised by by Prof. David Wild, who leads the Integrative Data Science Lab (IDSL) in the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing. The IDSL focuses on the development of algorithms and tools for large scale integrative data mining of drug discovery, chemical & biological data, with emphasis on semantic web technologies such as in the projects Chem2Bio2RDF and SLAP. I have also been involved in Data2Discovery, a startup data science based company founded by professors David Wild and Ying Ding.

I am also a research scientist in the University of New Mexico Translational Informatics Division, focused on biomolecular and biomedical data science, and developing computational and informatics to support this research, including screening informatics support for the UNMCMD. Projects include CARLSBAD, BARD, and Illuminating the Druggable Genome (IDG), and DrugCentral. See our public web apps.






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