Daniel joined the Greene Lab as a Postdoctoral Researcher in June 2016, after receiving his PhD in Biological & Medical Informatics at UCSF. He uses hetnets — networks with multiple types of nodes and relationship — to integrate and learn from the past several decades of biomedical research. All of Daniel’s research is entirely open: openly licensed and immediately available. Check out his GitHub to follow his recent work. Daniel also performs many data science projects designed to make science more open and hence productive.
Daniel Himmelstein's papers with the Greene Lab