Adam Ertel, Ph.D.


Research Instructor
Kimmel Cancer Center


Research and Clinical Interests:
Bioinformatics and pathway-based approaches to gene expression profiling.
Gene interactions and molecular profiles in cancer SNP genotype and copy number analysis for genome-wide association studies

Telephone
215-503-7452
215-503-9142 FAX

Office Address
1009 Bluemle Life Science Building
233 South 10th St., Philadelphia, PA 19107

Email Address
adam.ertel@jefferson.edu

 
Education:
PhD in Biomedical Engineering, June 2008 Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA


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Publications List:

PubMed Link For Ertel A



Bernardini L, Alesi V, Loddo S, Novelli A, Bottillo I, Battaglia A, Digilio MC, Zampino G, Ertel A, Fortina P, Surrey S, Dallapiccola B. High-resolution SNP arrays in mental retardation diagnostics: how much do we gain? European Journal of Human Genetics 2009, in press

Ertel A, Tozeren A. Human and mouse switch-like genes share common transcriptional mechanisms for bimodality. BMC Genomics 9: 628, 2008

Ertel A, Tozeren A. Switch-like genes populate cell communication pathways and are enriched for extracellular proteins. BMC Genomics 9:3, 2008

Gormley M, Dampier W, Ertel A, Karacali B, Tozeren A. Prediction potential of candidate biomarker sets identified and validated on gene expression data from multiple datasets. BMC Bioinformatics 8:415, 2007

Ertel A, Verghese A, Byers SW, Ochs M, Tozeren A. Pathway-specific differences between tumor cell lines and normal and tumor tissue cells. Mol Cancer 5:55, 2006

 

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