Jacqueline Harris Ph.D.
Dr. Harris has a bachelor of science in Biology and a bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry from the University of Mississippi where she completed her PhD in Chemistry under the mentorship of Dr. Michael C. Mossing. Her research interests include finding ways to relate genomic and proteomic data, systems biology, and GWAS analysis. She joined SSG in August 2010 as a post-doctoral fellow and will be working on several different projects.
- Harris, J.J., Duarte, C.W. and Limdi, N. (2012) "A Structural Equation Model for Racial Disparity in Hemorraghic Complications of Warfarin Use: Incorporating Genetic Variables" (In preparation)
- Duarte, C.W., Klimentidis, Y.C., Harris, J.J., Cardel, M. and Fernández, J.R. (2011) A Hybrid Bayesian Network/Structural Equation (BN/SEM) Modeling Approach for Detecting Physiological Networks for Obesity-related Genetic Variants. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics & Biomedicine. Accepted
- Harris, J.J., Duarte, C.W. and Mossing, M.C. (2011) 'Using protein abundance to indicate underlying mRNA expression levels in E.coli: an SEM modelling approach', Int. J.Computational Biology and Drug Design [PMID: 22199038]
- Klimentidis, Y. C., Chen G., Harris, J. J., Duarte C. W., Fernadez, J (2011) Testing the association of GWAS-identified variants with obesity-related traits in a multi-ethnic sample of children. Archives of Medical Research.
- Reynolds, M. R., Sacha, J. B., Weiler, A. M, Borchardt, G. J., Glidden, C. E., Sheppard, N. C., Noranted, F. A., Castrovinci, P. A.,Harris, J. J., Robertson, H., Friedich, T. C., McDermott, A. B., Wilson, N. A., Allison, D.B., Koff, W.C., Johnson, W. E., and Wadtkins, D.I (2011) TRIM5α Genotype of Rhesus Macaques Affects Acquisition of SIVsmE660 Infection After Repeated Limiting-Dose Intrarectal Challenge. Journal of Virology. [PMID: 21734037] [PMCID: PMC3165772]
- Duarte, C. W., Willey, C. D., Zhi, D., Cui, X. Harris, J J., Vaughan, L. K, Mehta, T., McCubrey,R. O., Khodarev, N. N., Weichselbaum, R. R., and Gillespie, G. Y. (2011) Expression signature of IFN/STAT1 signaling genes predicts poor survival outcome in Glioblastoma Multiforme in a subtype-specific manner. PLoS ONE
Mentor: David B. Allison, Ph.D.