Integrated systems pharmacology for the prediction of pharmacological phenotypes,
pharmacogenes, and drug repositioning.
Ph.D candidate in Biomedical Informatics, Master’s of Science in Medicine candidate.
Classes in microbiology and bioinformatics.
Classes in biology and chemistry. Laboratory work in PCR, recombinant DNA, and gelelectrophoresis.
Bachelor of Arts. Majors: Mathematics and Computer Science. Additional courses at theUniversity of Edinburgh.
• National Science Foundation GRFP Honorable Mention, 2009.
• National Library of Medicine Training Grant Recipient, 2008.
• Phi Beta Kappa, 1994.
• Bachelor of Arts awarded with Distinction, 1994.
• Nasa Ames Group Achievement Award, 1990.
Fernald GH, Capriotti E, Daneshjou R, Karczewski KJ, Altman RB. Bioinformatics Challenges forPersonalized Medicine.
Tatonetti NP, Fernald GH, and Altman RB. A novel signal detection algorithm for identifyinghidden drug-drug interactions in adverse event reports.
Tatonetti NP, Denny JC, Murphy SN, Fernald GH, Krishnan G, Castro V, Yue P, Tsau PS,Kohane I, Roden DM, and Altman RB. Detecting drug interactions from adverse-event reports:interaction between paroxetine and pravastatin increases blood glucose levels.
Han MH, Hwang SI, Roy DB, Lundgren DH, Price JV, Ousman SS, Fernald GH, Gerlitz B,Robinson WH, Baranzini SE, Grinnell BW, Raine CS, Sobel RA, Han DK, Steinman L. Proteomicanalysis of active multiple sclerosis lesions reveals therapeutic targets.
Fernald GH, Pachner A, Caillier S, Narayan K, Oksenberg JR, Baranzini SE. Genome-WideNetwork Analysis Reveals the Global Properties of IFN-beta Immediate Transcriptional Effects in
Fernald GH, Yeh RF, Hauser SL, Oksenberg JR, Baranzini SE. 2005. Mapping gene activity incomplex disorders: Integration of expression and genomic scans for multiple sclerosis.
Fernald GH, Tatonetti NP, Altman RB. 2010. A Systems Biology Method for Predicting
Drug-Gene Interactions in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, P-STAR Conference, Memphis, TN.
Fernald GH, Pachner A, Caillier S, Narayan K, Oksenberg JR, Baranzini SE. 2006. Network-based
analysis unveils global properties of IFNβ immediate transcriptional effects in humans.
International Conference on Complex Systems. Boston, Massachusetts.
Fernald GH, Tatonetti NP, Altman RB. Generating Credible Hypotheses for Drug-Drug and
Drug-Gene Phenotypes. NLM Bioinformatics Training Program Conference, June 2011.
Fernald GH, Tatonetti NP, Altman RB. A Systems Biology Method for Predicting Drug-GeneInteraction in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. BCATS 2010.
Fernald GH, Tatonetti NP, Altman RB. PharmReduce: A Symmetric Framework to RankPharmacogenes, Phenotypic Effects, and Small Molecules. BCATS 2009.
Adams N, Brown M, Carlstrom B, Elkin B, Hegarty P, Haskin G, Putanec B. Operating resourcemanagement system.
Investigated the role of genetic linkage and gene expression in multiple sclerosis and experimentalautoimmune encephalomyelitis through statistical methods, network analysis, and computermodeling with the use of high performance computing and distributed processing.
Developed direction and managed the implementation of internal and external computer resourcesfor the health economics group. Worked in Spanish and English.
Member of original technical team that developed patented purchasing system. Worked on first sixversions of released software. Managed team of programmers that implementedinternationalization, management tools, and web applications.
Co-founded software startup, hired engineers, and led software development efforts. Wrotesoftware for first music CD store on the web, as featured in the
Investigated the use of diagrams in developing proof plans for a natural deduction system.
Conceived and produced animations and images for turbomachinery research group.
• Programming Experience: statistical computing, client/server database, web programming,
• Languages: Python, R, SQL, C, Ruby, Perl, MATLAB, LATEX.
• Operating Systems: Unix (Linux, Solaris, OS X), Windows.
• Activities and skills: Spanish proficiency, cooking (Certificate in Culinary Arts from the French
Culinary Institute, New York City), classical guitar, and tennis.
• Board member: San Francisco Works (previous), Mission Learning Center (previous).
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