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Alexander Rosenberg, Ph.D.

Contact Information

Phone Numbers

Fax: (585) 442-3214

Office: (585) 276-5359

Biography

Professional Background

Dr. Rosenberg is a bioinformatics scientist in the Division on Allergy, Immunology and Rheumatology. Prior to joining the University of Rochester, he spent over ten years in the Boston-area biotechnology industry. His interests cover broad areas of bioinformatics, from data modeling, databases and software pipeline development for high-throughput workflows, through analysis and innovative visualization approaches for large biological data sets. Dr. Rosenberg directs the Bioinformatcs and Data Visualization Service Center which serves the Medical Center community. He is also part of the Rochester Center for Health Informatics where he applies data science methodology to problems in healthcare delivery.

Credentials

Education

1987
BEE | University of Delaware
Electrical Engineering

1993
PhD | University of Pittsburgh
Behavioral Neuroscience

Publications

Journal Articles

2017
Jaworski JP, Bryk P, Brower Z, Zheng B, Hessell AJ, Rosenberg AF, Wu TT, Sanz I, Keefer MC, Haigwood NL, Kobie JJ. "Pre-existing neutralizing antibody mitigates B cell dysregulation and enhances the Env-specific antibody response in SHIV-infected rhesus macaques." PloS one. 2017 12(2):e0172524. Epub 2017 Feb 21.

1/2016
Rebhahn JA, Roumanes DR, Qi Y, Khan A, Thakar J, Rosenberg A, Lee FE, Quataert SA, Sharma G, Mosmann TR. "Competitive SWIFT cluster templates enhance detection of aging changes." Cytometry. Part A : the journal of the International Society for Analytical Cytology.. 2016 Jan 0; 89(1):59-70. Epub 2015 Oct 06.

2016
Berrondo C, Flax J, Kucherov V, Siebert A, Osinski T, Rosenberg A, Fucile C, Richheimer S, Beckham CJ. "Expression of the Long Non-Coding RNA HOTAIR Correlates with Disease Progression in Bladder Cancer and Is Contained in Bladder Cancer Patient Urinary Exosomes." PloS one. 2016 11(1):e0147236. Epub 2016 Jan 22.

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