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Ferhat Ay FERHAT AY 351 CROSSING BLVD Phone: (352) 328-1017 ORANGE PARK, FL - 32073 Email: [email protected]fl.edu http://www.cise.ufl.edu/ fay [email protected] education University of Florida (UF) Gainesville, FL Ph.D. in Computer Science 2007- August 2011 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Cambridge, MA Visiting Student at CSAIL Summer 2010 Computational Biology Group of Manolis Kellis Middle East Technical University (METU) Ankara, Turkey B.S. in Computer Engineering (Ranked 4th) 2003-2007 B.S. in Mathematics 2004-2007 RESEARCH INTERESTS My primary research areas are bioinformatics, computational biology and regulatory genomics. I am specif- ically interested in comparative and topological analysis of large scale biological networks and network databases. DISSERTATION Title: “A Comparative Study on Biological Networks: Alignment and Structural Properties” Advisor: Assoc. Prof. Tamer Kahveci academic honors and awards UF-HHMI Science for Life Graduate Student Mentor Award, University of Florida, March 2011. Alumni Fellowship, UF, 2007-2011. Alec Courtelis Award for Academic Excellence, UF, 2008. Outstanding Student Achievement Award, UF, 2008. Best Paper Award in the International Conference on Computational Systems Biology (CSB), 2008. METU Scholarship, Turkey, 2002-2007. Ranked 445th in University Entrance Exam ( 1.5 million attendees), Turkey, 2002. Third place in Mathematics Contest, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, 2001. publications JOURNAL PAPERS 1. The modENCODE Consortium, S. Roy*, J. Ernst*, P.V. Kharchenko*, P. Kheradpour*, N. Negre*, M.L. Eaton*, J.M. Landolin*, C.A. Bristow*, L. Ma*, M.F. Lin*, S. Washiet*, B.I. Arshinoff*, F . Ay* , P.E. Meyer*, N. Robine*, N. L Washington*, L.D. Stefano*, et. al., S.E. Celniker, S. Henikoff, G.H. Karpen, E.C. Lai, D.M. MacAlpine, L.D. Stein, K.P. White and M.Kellis ( * co-first author) . Identification of functional elements and regulatory circuits by Drosophila modENCODE . Science , 330(6012):1787–1797, 2010. 2. F . Ay , M. Kellis and T. Kahveci. SubMAP: Aligning metabolic pathways with subnetwork mappings. Journal of Computational Biology (JCB) , 18(3):1-17. 2011. 3. F . Ay , F. Xu, and T. Kahveci. Scalable steady state analysis of Boolean biological regulatory networks. PLoS ONE , 4(12):e7992, 2009.
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Ferhat Ay 4. F . Ay , T. Kahveci, and V. de Crecy-Lagard. A fast and accurate algorithm for comparative analysis of metabolic pathways . Journal of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (JBCB) , 7(3):389–428, 2009. CONFERENCE PAPERS
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