Advisor: Olga Troyanskaya
Department of Computer Science
E-mail: cypark (at) cs.princeton.edu
I am interested in bioinformatics and systems biology. My current research involves computational modeling of biological processes and pathways.
Functional knowledge transfer for
high-accuracy prediction of under-studied biological
Christopher Y. Park*, Aaron K. Wong*, Casey S. Greene*, Jessica Rowland, Yuanfang Guan, Rebecca D. Burdine and Olga G. Troyanskaya
PLoS Computational Biology, March 2013
IMP: a multi-species functional genomics portal for integration,
visualization and prediction of protein functions and networks
Aaron K. Wong*, Christopher Y. Park*, Casey S. Greene*, Lars A. Bongo, Yuanfang Guan and Olga G. Troyanskaya
Nucleic Acids Research, July 2012.
Simultaneous genome-wide inference of
physical, genetic, regulatory and functional pathway
Christopher Y. Park, David C. Hess, Curtis Huttenhower and Olga Troyanskaya.
PLoS Computational Biology, Nov. 2010
Statistical calibration of the SEQUEST
Aaron A. Klammer, Christopher Y. Park and William Stafford Noble
Journal of Proteome Research, Mar. 2009
Rapid and accurate peptide identification
from tandem mass spectra
Christopher Y. Park*, Aaron A. Klammer*, Lukas Käll, Michael J. MacCoss and William Stafford Noble
Journal of Proteome Research, May 2008
Improved candidate peptide generation using
a precomputed peptide database
Christopher Y. Park, Aaron A. Klammer and William Stafford Noble
Poster presented at the 55th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference (ASMS), June 2007, Indianapolis, USA
IMP - IMP is a multi-species functional genomics web portal for integration, visualization and prediction of protein functions and networks.
Crux - Software toolkit for tandem mass spectrometry analysis, with a focus on peptide identification.
Computer Science Teaching Assistant at Princeton University