Sorin Draghici (ad3147)

University information

Title: Professor
Unit: Computer Science
Department: College of Engineering

Contact information

313-577-5484
Department of Computer Science
5057 Woodward Avenue
Room 14200.8
Detroit, 48202

College of Engineering

Phone: (313) 577-2162
Title: Professor, Computer Science
Google Scholar URL: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=fbkIhRYAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao
Education:

Ph.D 1995, St. Andrews University

Research Interests:
  • Computational biology, systems biology, data integration, disease subtype discovery, drug repurposing

Sorin Draghici

Obstetrics & Gynecology

Academic Rank:

Professor of Computer Sciences College of Engineering, and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology (Secondary)

Title: Professor of Computer Sciences College of Engineering and Obstetrics and Gynecology
Phone: 313-577-5484
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Education:

Graduate: Politehnica University, Bucharest, Romania, B.Sc., 1989
Postgraduate: Politehnica University, Bucharest, Romania, M.Sc., 1989
                          St. Andrews University, United Kingdom, Ph.D., 1995
 

Courses taught:

Advisor/Mentor.  Department of Computer Science PhD Program.
CSC 7300 - Designer/Instructor.  Department of Computer Science, Bioinformatics I.
CSC 7410 - Designer/Instructor.  Department of Computer Science, Bioinformatics II.
CSC 785 - Designer/Instructor.  Department of Computer Science, Introduction to Neural Networks.
CSC 105 - ReDesigner/Instructor.  Department of Computer Science, Introduction to C and Unix.
CSC 442 - Designer/Instructor.  Department of Computer Science, Operating Systems.
CSC 7991 - Designer/Instructor.  Department of Computer Science, Data Analysis of Microarray Data.

 

Research:

Our research is focused on systems biology applied to human reproduction and is currently supported by one NSF and two NIH grants totaling over 4 million. We use artificial intelligence, machine learning and data mining techniques, applied to high-throughput biological data in order to gain novel insights into complex disease mechanisms.

Sorin Draghici

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