Anthony Almudevar is Associate Professor in the Department of Biostatistics and Computational Biology at the University of Rochester, NY, USA. He earned his PhD degree from the Department of Statistics at the University of Toronto, ON, Canada. His published research represents a wide range of fields, including approximate iterative algorithms, Markov's decision processes, statistical analysis of genomic data, small sample asymptotics, longitudinal modeling of infection progress, and trajectory estimation in wireless monitoring systems. His main area of interest is in graphical modeling of biological systems and is especially interested in information theoretic and computationally Bayesian approaches. Almudevar has worked extensively in pedigree reconstruction in wild populations and in modeling gene regulatory pathways and networks. He serves on the editorial board of Biology Direct and ISRN Biomathematics.
Biography Updated on 5 December 2011