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Greg Gloor

professor
Department of biochemistry
University of Western Ontario, Canada
Canada

Biography

Greg Gloor is a professor of biochemistry with broad experience in molecular biology, genetics and genomics. Most recently, he has developed tools to investigate fundamentals of molecular evolution, microbial ecology and meta-transcriptomics. He is currently working on developing and adapting principled methods to characterize correlation and differential abundance in sparse, high throughput sequencing data as generated in 16S rRNA gene sequencing surveys, meta-genomics and meta-transcriptomics. He is the developer and maintainer of the ALDEx2 R package on Bioconductor.

Research Interest

developing and adapting principled methods to characterize correlation and differential abundance in sparse, high throughput sequencing data as generated in 16S rRNA gene sequencing surveys, meta-genomics and meta-transcriptomics

Publications

  • Cautionary tales from the microbiome: Finding what is real and reproducible

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