Gustavo Glusman (Gustavo@SystemsBiology.org) is a principal scientist at the Institute for Systems Biology in Seattle, Washington. Using computational approaches, he investigates genome structure and evolution, multigene families, prediction and discovery of genes and transcripts, and visualization of complex data. His algorithms are contributing to the discovery of genes that are not easily identified using standard procedures, the interpretation of large-scale transcriptomic and genomic data, and the study of disease genetics.
IEEE PULSE, Feature July/August 2017A Data-Rich Longitudinal Wellness Study for the Digital Age
We live in an age of plentiful information, collected continuously by pervasive gadgetry, distributed through digital and social networks, and mined deeply by ever-more- powerful analytics systems. And yet, one of the things we know the least about is our bodies.... Read more
Posted on 27 JUL 2017