Who am I?
I am a computational biologist.
I work at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Peer Bork's group.
For my graduate work, at Carnegie Mellon University, I worked on computer vision for subcellular location analysis.
- Luis Pedro Coelho, Tao Peng, and Robert F. Murphy, Quantifying the distribution of probes between subcellular locations using unsupervised pattern unmixing in Bioinformatics, vol. 26 (12), pp. i7-i12, 2010 [DOI]
- Luis Pedro Coelho, Amr Ahmed, Andrew Arnold, Joshua Kangas, Abdul-Saboor Sheikh, Eric P. Xing, William W. Cohen, and Robert F. Murphy, Structured Literature Image Finder: Extracting Information from Text and Images in Biomedical Literature in Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics vol. 6004 pp.32--32, 2010 [DOI]
- Amr Ahmed, Andrew Arnold, Luis Pedro Coelho, Joshua Kangas, Abdul-Saboor Sheikk, Eric P. Xing, William W. Cohen, Structured Literature Image Finder: Parsing Text and Figures in Biomedical Literature in Web Semantics: Science, Services and Agents on the World Wide Web, 2010 [DOI]
Upcoming Travels & Talks
July 2013 I will be teaching a lecture in the 2013 edition of the Lisbon Machine Learning School
Email me if you want to set up meetings at any of these opportunities.
May 2013 I started a research blog: metarabbit.wordpress.com
April 2013 I moved to EMBL, where I joined Peer Bork's group.
March 2013 I am part of the organizing committee for the 2013 edition of the Lisbon Machine Learning School
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