- Program Years: 2002-2006
- Academic Institution: Boston University
- Field of Study: Bioinformatics and Systems Biology
- Academic Advisor: James Collins
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2003)
Ph.D. Bioinformatics and Systems Biology, Boston University, 2008
AB Government, Harvard, 1998
"Identification and Control of Gene Networks in Living Organisms via Supervised and Unsupervised Learning". M.E. Driscoll, T.S. Gardner. Dynamics and Control of Process Systems Symposium, Boston, July 2004.
"Reverse-Engineering Microbial Networks in Escherichia coli and Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 via Large-Scale Perturbation Studies". G. Cottarel, M.E. Driscoll, J. Faith, M.A. Kohanski, J. Wierzbowski, C.B. Cantor., J.J. Collins, T.S. Gardner. Genomes To Life Program Workshop, February 2005 (submitted).
"Reverse engineering gene regulatory networks." M.J. Thompson, M.E. Driscoll, T.S. Gardner, J. J. Collins. Wiley Encyclopedia of Genetics, Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics. Wiley & Sons 2005 (in press).
"A process for the assembly and annotation of Drosophila genome data." K. Sirotkin, M.E. Driscoll, D.R.Maglott et al. 43rd Annual Drosophila Research Conference. San Diego, April 2002.
"A New Pharmacogenomics Information Resource on the World Wide Web". S. Edwards, M.E. Driscoll, M.S. Boguski. American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Boston, MA, June, 2000.
Highlighted Submission, Proceedings of Dynamics and Control of Process Systems Symposium, Boston, July 2004.