Computational Toxicology

Guest: Dr. Nicole Kleinstreuer, Director, Computational Toxicology Group, Integrated Laboratory Systems, Inc. (contractor to National Toxicology Program Interagency Center for Evaluation of Alternative Methods (NICEATM))
Topics: Computational toxicology, predictive modeling methods in toxicology


Dr. Nicole Kleinstreuer


A Computational Model Predicting Disruption of Blood Vessel Development, PLOS Computational Biology, April 4, 2013

NICEATM website

NICEATM Support of the Tox21 Program


Tox21 NTP site

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RENCI and the National Consortium for Data Science

Guest: Dr. Stan Ahalt, director, Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI), Chapel Hill
Topics: RENCI, National Consortium for Data Science (NCDS), iRODS (Integrated Rule-Oriented Data System)


Dr. Stan Ahalt



iRODS Consortium

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Bioinformatics, Proteogenomics, and Music from Risk-Whalen

Guests: Brian Risk, Geneffects Research, Inc., and Giddings Lab, Boise State University, with fellow musicians Katharine Whalen and Josh Starmer
Topics: Bioinformatics, proteogenomics, the ENCODE project, and live music from Risk-Whalen!

Brian Risk

Josh Starmer

Katharine Whalen

Geneffects Research

The Giddings Lab at Boise State

Nature: ENCODE

Risk-Whalen “Whaler’s Ink”

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo November 14, 2012

New Understanding of Breast Cancer Subtypes

Guest: Dr. Charles Perou, member, Lineberger Cancer Center, Professor of genetics and pathology and laboratory medicine, UNC School of Medicine
Topics: The Cancer Genome Atlas project, recent landmark Nature publication on breast cancer subtypes

Nature: “Comprehensive molecular portraits of human breast tumours”

Chuck’s Lineberger CCC faculty page

Perou Laboratory

The Cancer Genome Atlas

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo October 24, 2012

Dr. Charles Perou

Marrying bioinformatics, pharmacogenomics, toxicogenomics

Guests: Dr. Alison Motsinger-Reif, assistant professor, Bioinformatics Research Center, NCSU, and Dr. David Reif, statistician, National Center for Computational Toxicology, EPA, RTP

Topics: Bioinformatics, pharmacogenomics, toxicogenomics, ToxPi (Toxicological Priority Index), married scientists

Click to download: Radio In Vivo November 9, 2011