Faculty members from a number of departments at SFU are investigating questions related to bioinformatics.

Fiona Brinkman, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
Microbial bioinformatics; pathogenomics; pathogen evolution; computationally predicting bacterial protein subcellular localization; genome annotation; genomic epidemiology; microbiomes and metagenomics.
Email: brinkman@sfu.ca

Jack Chen, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
Identifying novel genes, structural variations, and regulatory mechanisms through bioinformatics and data mining.
Email: chenn@sfu.ca

Cedric Chauve, Mathematics
Computational genomics, paleogenomics, RNA structures.
Email: cedric.chauve@sfu.ca

Leonid Chindelevitch, Computing Science
Computational epidemiology of infectious diseases; algorithms for computational biology; systems biology.
Email: leonid@sfu.ca

David C. Clarke, Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology
Exercise physiology, systems biology, proteomics, cell signal transduction, design of experiments, statistical models, network models, systematic review and meta-analysis.
Email: dcclarke@sfu.ca

Eldon Emberly, Physics
Gene Regulation and Genetic Circuits, Protein Design, Structural Properties of Proteins
Email: eemberly@sfu.ca

Martin Ester, Computing Science
Database systems, data mining, applications in bioinformatics.
Email: ester@cs.sfu.ca

Jinko Graham, Statistics and Actuarial Science
Statistical genomics, population genetics, biostatistics
Email: jgraham@stat.sfu.ca

Rob Holt, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
High-throughput DNA sequencing, genomics
Email: rholt@bcgsc.ca

William Hsiao, Health Sciences and Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
Bioinformatics, health informatics and public health infectious disease genomics.
Email: wwhsiao@sfu.ca

Amy Lee, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
Bioinformatics and Genomics
Email: ahl23@sfu.ca

Maxwell Libbrecht, School of Computing Science
Computational Biology and Machine Learning
Email: maxwl@sfu.ca

Brad McNeney, Statistics and Actuarial Science
Biostatistics, epidemiology and epidemiologic study design.
Email: mcneney@stat.sfu.ca

Ryan Morin, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
High throughput sequencing in cancer and human genetic diseases
Email: rdmorin@sfu.ca

Frederic Pio, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
Using bioinformatics and structural biochemistry to identify new protein-protein and protein-DNA interaction complexes involved in cancer and apoptosis.
Email: fpio@sfu.ca

Peter Unrau, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
RNA chemistry and evolution
Email: punrau@sfu.ca

Ke Wang, Computing Science
Database systems; data mining, applications in bioinformatics.
Email: wangk@cs.sfu.ca

Kay Wiese, Computing Science
Protein structure visualization for immersive 3D environments; computational methods (algorithms for combinatorial optimization) for RNA secondary structure predictions
Email: wiese@sfu.ca