Andrew Su

Andrew Su

Andrew Su

Professor

Department of Integrative, Structural and Computational Biology The Scripps Research Institute asu@scripps.edu Google Profile Google Scholar LinkedIn Twitter Blog
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Bio

Andrew is a Professor at the Scripps Research Institute in the Department of Integrative, Structural and Computational Biology (ISCB). His research focuses on building and applying bioinformatics infrastructure for biomedical discovery. His research has a particular emphasis on leveraging crowdsourcing for genetics and genomics. Representative projects include the Gene Wiki, BioGPS, MyGene.Info, and Mark2Cure, each of which engages the crowd to help organize biomedical knowledge. These resources are collectively used millions of times every month by members of the research community, by students, and by the general public.

Education

Ph.D., Chemistry; The Scripps Research Institute
BA, Chemistry, Computing and Information Systems, and Integrated Science; Northwestern University

Recent Posts

Big Data Center of Excellence

Today, the NIH announced several new awards under the Big Data To Knowledge (BD2K) initiative. I’m very excited to announce that our group will be participating in one of the BD2K Centers of Excellence. Our awarded proposal is titled “A...

Recent Publications

Advancing computational biology and bioinformatics research through open innovation competitions.
Blasco A, Endres MG, Sergeev RA, Jonchhe A, Macaluso NJM, Narayan R, Natoli T, Paik JH, Briney B, Wu C, Su AI, Subramanian A, Lakhani KR. PLoS One

Applying Citizen Science to Gene, Drug, and Disease Relationship Extraction from Biomedical Abstracts.
Tsueng G, Nanis M, Fouquier JT, Mayers M, Good BM, Su AI. Bioinformatics

Aligning Needs: Integrating Citizen Science Efforts into Schools Through Service Requirements.
Tsueng G, Kumar A, Nanis SM, Su AI. Hum Comput (Fairfax)

ChlamBase: a curated model organism database for the Chlamydia research community.
Putman T, Hybiske K, Jow D, Afrasiabi C, Lelong S, Cano MA, Stupp GS, Waagmeester A, Good BM, Wu C, Su AI. Database (Oxford)

ChlamBase: a curated model organism database for the Chlamydia research community.
Putman T, Hybiske K, Jow D, Afrasiabi C, Lelong S, Cano MA, Wu C, Su AI. Database (Oxford)

exRNA Atlas Analysis Reveals Distinct Extracellular RNA Cargo Types and Their Carriers Present across Human Biofluids.
Murillo OD, Thistlethwaite W, Rozowsky J, Subramanian SL, Lucero R, Shah N, Jackson AR, Srinivasan S, Chung A, Laurent CD, Kitchen RR, Galeev T, Warrell J, Diao JA, Welsh JA, Hanspers K, Riutta A, Burgstaller-Muehlbacher S, Shah RV, Yeri A, Jenkins LM, Ahsen ME, Cordon-Cardo C, Dogra N, Gifford SM, Smith JT, Stolovitzky G, Tewari AK, Wunsch BH, Yadav KK, Danielson KM, Filant J, Moeller C, Nejad P, Paul A, Simonson B, Wong DK, Zhang X, Balaj L, Gandhi R, Sood AK, Alexander RP, Wang L, Wu C, Wong DTW, Galas DJ, Van Keuren-Jensen K, Patel T, Jones JC, Das S, Cheung KH, Pico AR, Su AI, Raffai RL, Laurent LC, Roth ME, Gerstein MB, Milosavljevic A. Cell

Corrigendum to "Using single cell analysis for translational studies in immune mediated diseases: Opportunities and challenges" [Mol. Immunol. 103 (2018) 191-199].
Sharma S, Gioia L, Abe B, Holt M, Costanzo A, Kain L, Su A, Teyton L. Mol Immunol

Using single cell analysis for translational studies in immune mediated diseases: Opportunities and challenges.
Sharma S, Gioia L, Abe B, Holt M, Costanzo A, Kain L, Su A, Teyton L. Mol Immunol

The ReFRAME library as a comprehensive drug repurposing library and its application to the treatment of cryptosporidiosis.
Janes J, Young ME, Chen E, Rogers NH, Burgstaller-Muehlbacher S, Hughes LD, Love MS, Hull MV, Kuhen KL, Woods AK, Joseph SB, Petrassi HM, McNamara CW, Tremblay MS, Su AI, Schultz PG, Chatterjee AK. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A

Triflic Acid Treatment Enables LC-MS/MS Analysis of Insoluble Bacterial Biomass.
Wang AY, Thuy-Boun PS, Stupp GS, Su AI, Wolan DW. J Proteome Res

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