Sarah Middleton

  • Program Years: 2012-2016
  • Academic Institution: University of Pennsylvania
  • Field of Study: Genomics and Computational Biology
  • Academic Advisor: Junhyong Kim
  • Practicum(s):
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2014)
  • Degree(s):
    PhD Genomics and Computational Biology, University of Pennsylvania, 2017
    BS Biology, and B.S. Computer Science, The College of New Jersey, 2011

Current Status

  • Status: Computational Biologist at GSK
  • Research Area: Genomics and Computational Biology
  • Publications

    Middleton, S.A., Illuminati, J., Kim, J. 2017. Complete fold annotation of the human proteome using a novel structural feature space. Scientific Reports 7(46321).

    Middleton, SA and Kim, J. 2014. NoFold: RNA structure clustering without folding or alignment. RNA 20:1671-1683.

    Middleton, S, Song, T, and Nayak, S. 2010. Length constraints of multi-domain proteins in metazoans. Bioinformation 4(10):441-444.

    Awards

    Magna Cum Laude, The College of New Jersey, 2011
    Goldberg-Neff Scholarship Award in Computer Science, The College of New Jersey, 2011
    Faculty Award for Excellence in Biology, The College of New Jersey, 2011
    Phi Beta Kappa, 2010
    Dean’s List, The College of New Jersey, all semesters 2007-2011
    College Honors Program, The College of New Jersey, 2006-2011
    Bloustein Distinguished Scholar Award, 2006-2010
    The College of New Jersey Outstanding Scholar Award, 2006-2010
    The College of New Jersey Merit Scholarship, 2006-2010