Thomas S. Price, Ph.D.
131 Grandview Road Apt. 2, Ardmore PA 19003  +1 (267) 282 1675 
Statistician and...
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Published on: Mar 4, 2016

Transcripts - PriceTS-Resume-July2015

  • 1. Thomas S. Price, Ph.D. 131 Grandview Road Apt. 2, Ardmore PA 19003  +1 (267) 282 1675  Statistician and bioinformatician with special expertise in genomics and epidemiology Experience: ResearchAssistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology, University of Pennsylvania (2012-2015)  Design and analysis of high-dimensional biological experiments  Data integration for personalized medicine (  Pipeline development for RNAseq data: evaluated algorithms for normalization, inference  Supervised junior statisticians and bioinformaticians  Attracted funding as Bioinformatics core leader of CEET ( Lecturer in Statistical Genetics, SDGPRC, King’s College London (2008-2012)  Research programme focused on statistical genetics and gene-environment interplay  Design, analysis, and meta-analysis of genome-wide association (GWAS) experiments  Successfully supervised doctoral student to perform the first genome-wide meta-analysis of a genotype-environment interaction (GxE): effect of prenatal tobacco exposure on birthweight  Lectured graduate researchers and medical students ResearchAssociate, Department of Pharmacology, University of Pennsylvania (2005-2007)  Statistical design and analysis of high-dimensional microarray and proteomics experiments  Devised and coded new algorithm for calling protein expression in mass spectrometry data  Published novel method for detecting circadian rhythms in non-stationary time series  Designed, funded, performed, and published GxE study of maternal smoking and birthweight  Attracted funding as lead bioinformatician for a multidisciplinary study of platelet function Postdoctoral Researcher, Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, Oxford University (2003-2004)  Attracted funding as a Wellcome Trust training fellowship in bioinformatics  Devised and published novel methods for detecting and quantifying changes in gene expression and genetic copy number variation Research Publications: Education: Ph.D. Behavioural Genetics (2002). King’s College London. M.Sc. Applied Statistics, Honours with Distinction (2003). Oxford University. B.A. Psychology with Mathematics, Honours 1st Class (1993). Cambridge University. Skill set:  Statistical Programming (R, C/C++, Perl, Python, Java, SPSS, SAS, Stata): 18 years  Dataset Curation and Management (Relational databases/SQL, XML, etc.): 18 years  Report Writing and Scientific Communication (Microsoft Office): 18 years  Linux/Unix environment (Command line/shell scripting): 13 years  Supervising Junior Statistics/Informatics Personnel: 6 years

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