David Fenyo

David Fenyo, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Departments of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology
Translational Research Building, Room 739
227 East 30th Street, New York, NY10016
Office:  212-263-2216
Tel Lab: 212-263-2216
Email: david.fenyo@nyumc.org

KEY INTERESTS:
Bioinformatics, Proteomics, Mass Spectrometry

BIOGRAPHICAL DETAILS:
Graduate Education: PhD in Physics at Uppsala U., Sweden (1991)
Postdoctoral Training: The Rockefeller University (1992-1997)
Academic Appointments: 2010: Associate professor in Biochemistry
Major Responsibilities: Graduate Advisor for Biomedical Informatics

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
The Computational Proteomics Lab directed by Dr. David Fenyö has as its research goal the detailed understanding of the dynamics of cellular processes. The lab applies mathematical, statistical and computational methods to experimental design optimization, quantitative data analysis, and biological systems modeling. The focus of this research is proteomic data analysis: to develop methods and databases for protein identification, characterization and quantitation using mass spectrometry-based technologies.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

LAB MEMBERS
Keria Bermudez-Hernandez, Postdoctoral Fellow
Himanshu Grover, Research Scientist
Sarah Keegan, Scientific Programmer
Meera Prasad, Research Associate
Kelly Ruggles, Postdoctoral Fellow
Zuojian Tang, Research Scientist
Jennifer Teubl, Graduate Assistant
Xuya Wang, Graduate Student