DIRECTOR OF HEALTH & WELLBEING
Microsoft External Research
I have a background in Zoology and worked as Director of Software Engineering at Gene Codes Corporation before moving to Microsoft Research in 2005. In my current role as Director of Health and Wellbeing, I manage a range of collaborations between Microsoft and academia in the area of healthcare research.
For more information, see Health and Wellbeing.
My interests include bioinformatics, synthetic biology, translational medicine and the management of scientific data.
- Kathryn Zyskowski, Meredith Ringel Morris, Jeffrey P. Bigham, Mary L. Gray, and Shaun Kane, Accessible Crowdwork? Understanding the Value in and Challenge of Microtask Employment for People with Disabilities, ACM – Association for Computing Machinery, March 2015
- Mohammed Shoaib, Jie Liu, and Matthai Phillipose, Energy Scaling in Multi-tiered Sensing Systems Through Compressive Sensing, IEEE – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 14 September 2014
- Christoph Lippert, Jing Xiang, Danilo Horta, Christian Widmer, Carl Kadie, David Heckerman, and Jennifer Listgarten, Greater power and computational efficiency for kernel-based association testing of sets of genetic variants, in Bioinformatics, pp. btu504, Oxford University Press, September 2014
- Nicolo Fusi, Christoph Lippert, Neil D Lawrence, and Oliver Stegle, Warped linear mixed models for the genetic analysis of transformed phenotypes, in Nature communications, vol. 5, Nature Publishing Group, September 2014
- Jennifer Musto and danah boyd, The Trafficking-Technology Nexus, in Social Politics, Oxford University Press, 26 August 2014
- Tom Crick, Benjamin A. Hall, Samin Ishtiaq, and Kenji Takeda, “Share and Enjoy”: Publishing Useful and Usable Scientific Models, in Recomputability 2014, December 2014
- Camille Guilbaud, Neil Dalchau, Drew Purves, and Lindsay Turnbull, Is 'peak N' key to understanding the timing of flowering in annual plants?, in New Phytologist, New Phytologist Trust, 9 October 2014
- Yiqi Luo, Trevor F. Keenan, and Matthew J. Smith, Predictability of the terrestrial carbon cycle, in Global Change Biology, Wiley, October 2014
- Gian Marco Palamara, Dylan Z. Childs, Christopher F. Clements, Owen L. Petchey, Marco Plebani, and Matthew J. Smith, Inferring the temperature dependence of population parameters: the effects of experimental design and inference algorithm , in Ecology and Evolution, 1 October 2014
- Attila Csikász-Nagy and Neil Dalchau, What makes a biological clock efficient?, no. MSR-TR-2014-134, 8 September 2014