Bonneau Group | Rich Bonneau
Institute for Systems Biology: Bonneau Group
Dr. Bonneau is a faculty member at New York University's Center for Comparative Functional Genomics, where he is a joint member of both the Biology and Computer Science departments.
affiliate position with the Institute for Systems Biology
offers many exciting possibilities for exchange of ideas between these two centers, both focused on applying functional genomics to a wide range of systems.
research efforts are focused on making computational tools, algorithms and methods for systems-wide elucidation of biological systems.
research aims to develop computational methods at the intersection of two interrelated fields: protein structure and functional genomics.
is also currently the technical lead on two grid computing collaborations with IBM
-- the first and second phases of the Human Proteome Folding Project.
did his doctoral work at the University of Washington
in Seattle working with David Baker on the state of the art protein structure modeling and prediction platform, Rosetta
Rich is currently a member of the Rosetta commons and continues to develop and work with Rosetta as part of several projects in the lab.
Before joining NYU he
worked as a Senior Scientist -- with Leroy Hood -- at the Institute for Systems Biology
Rich also oversees TACITUS's ( www.tacitus.com) approach to data gaming for all applications that focus on genomics, computational biology and cell biology.
WCGrid Message Board Posts by Dr. Bonneau
, Description of HPF Project.
Results from the Human Proteome Folding Project can be found at the Public Data Repository associated with the Yeast Resource Center.
Iliana Avila-Campillo, Kevin Drew , John Lin, David J. Reiss, Richard Bonneau
Madar, A., Bonneau
, R. Learning global models of transcriptional regulatory networks from data.
Chapter in Computational Systems Biology (2007).
, [In press]
, R. (2007) De Novo Structure Prediction: methods and applications.
Chapter 12 in Bioinformatics: From genomes to therapies.
Bioinformatics- from Genomes to Therapies. (2007) Wiley-VCH.
Zhang, H., Loriaux, P., Eng, J., Bonneau
, R., Smith, R & Aebersold, R. UniPep, a database for human N-linked glycosites: A resource for biomarker discovery.
Genome Biology, [In Press]