Lab Members

Lee Cooper, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics
PhD Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University 2009
Lee.Cooper@Emory.edu
Room 569, Psychology and Interdisciplinary Sciences Bldg
Phone: (404)712-0110

Lee received his Ph.D. in 2009 from Ohio State University where he studied signal processing, control theory and mathematics. His research interests lie in the intersection of imaging, genomics and disease. In 2009 Lee joined the Center for Comprehensive Informatics at Emory University as a Research Scientist, where he worked with Dr. Daniel Brat and Dr. Joel Saltz in developing methodology for in silico studies of gliomas and other cancers.

Dr. Cooper is funded by a K22 career development award from the National Library of Medicine and is developing informatics methods to integrate genomics and quantitative imaging.

Michael Nalisnik, PhD Student
Department of Mathematics & Computer Science, Emory University

Michael Nalisnik, M.S. is a Ph.D. student in Computer Science and Informatics at Emory University. Michael's research focuses on scalable machine learning and data mining, gigapixel image analysis and high performance computing. Prior to starting his studies at Emory University, Michael worked developing software and hardware for various industries such as; automated document processing, wireless test equipment and automated toll collection. Michael's other technical interest include embedded and real-time systems.

Collaborators

David Gutman, MD, PhD, Assitant Professor of Biomedical Informatics
Gutman Lab