Department of biochemistry
University of Western Ontario
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.
molecular biology, genetics and genomics.
Cautionary tales from the microbiome: Finding what is real and reproducible