Graduate Group in Genomics and Computational Biology

Shane T Jensen, Ph.D.

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463 Huntsman Hall
3730 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA
Education:
Ph.D. (Statistics)
Harvard University, 2004.
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Selected Publications

Jensen, ST, Erkan, I, Arnardottir, ES, Small, DS: BAYESIAN TESTING OF MANY HYPOTHESES x MANY GENES: A STUDY OF SLEEP APNEA. Annals Of Applied Statistics 3(3): 1080-1101, SEP 2009.

Jensen, ST, Shirley, KE, Wyner, AJ: BAYESBALL: A BAYESIAN HIERARCHICAL MODEL FOR EVALUATING FIELDING IN MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL. Annals Of Applied Statistics 3(2): 491-520, JUN 2009.

Jensen, ST, Soi, S, Wang, LS: A Bayesian approach to efficient differential allocation for resampling-based significance testing. Bmc Bioinformatics 10, JUN 28 2009.

Megraw, M, Pereira, F, Jensen, ST, Ohler, U, Hatzigeorgiou, AG: A transcription factor affinity-based code for mammalian transcription initiation. Genome Research 19(4): 644-656, APR 2009.

Tuteja, G, Jensen, ST, White, P, Kaestner, KH: Cis-regulatory modules in the mammalian liver: composition depends on strength of Foxa2 consensus site. Nucleic Acids Research 36(12): 4149-4157, JUL 2008.

Tuteja Geetu, Jensen Shane T, White Peter, Kaestner Klaus H: Cis-regulatory modules in the mammalian liver: composition depends on strength of Foxa2 consensus site. Nucleic acids research 36(12): 4149-57, Jul 2008.

Jensen, ST, Liu, JS: Bayesian clustering of transcription factor binding motifs. Journal Of The American Statistical Association 103(481): 188-200, MAR 2008.

Yan, B, Chen, G, Saigal, K, Yang, X, Jensen, ST, Van Waes, C, Stoeckert, CJ, Chen, Z: Systems biology-defined NF-kappa B regulons, interacting signal pathways and networks are implicated in the malignant phenotype of head and neck cancer cell lines differing in p53 status. Genome Biology 9(3), 2008.

Jensen, ST, Chen, G, Stoeckert, CJ: BAYESIAN VARIABLE SELECTION AND DATA INTEGRATION FOR BIOLOGICAL REGULATORY NETWORKS. Annals Of Applied Statistics 1(2): 612-633, DEC 2007.

Mackiewicz, M, Shockley, KR, Romer, MA, Galante, RJ, Zimmerman, JE, Naidoo, N, Baldwin, DA, Jensen, ST, Churchill, GA, Pack, AI: Macromolecule biosynthesis: a key function of sleep. Physiological Genomics 31(3): 441-457, NOV 14 2007.

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