Jamie J. Alnasir

  Jamie J. Alnasir MPharm(Hons), PhD candidate, IT Consultant, Photographer, amateur tennis player...

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Research publications

Computer Science

  • Alnasir, J., & Shanahan, H. (2017). A novel method to detect bias in Short Read NGS RNA-seq data. Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics, 14(3).

  • Alnasir, J., & Shanahan, H. P. (2015). Transcriptomics on Spark Workshop – Introducing Hercules – an Apache Spark MapReduce algorithm for quantifying non-uniform gene expression. CloudTech'16, Marrakech, Morocco. [ Read ]

  • Alnasir, J., & Shanahan, H. P. (2015). Investigation into the annotation of protocol sequencing steps in the sequence read archive. GigaScience, 4(1), 23. [ Read ]

  • Alnasir, J. & Shanahan, H., (2015). PDB-Hadoop: Parallelising user applications on the protein databank using Apache Hadoop. Poster session presented at 3DSig Structural Bioinformatics and Computational Biophysics 2015, Dublin, Ireland. [ Read ]

  • Alnasir, J (2015). Applying Apache Hadoop, Hive and Map Reduce to Legacy Systems and Applications. 1hr Conference talk at MSTI (Mediterranean Space of Technology and Innovation) Innovation week 2015. ENSIAS (École nationale supérieure d'informatique et d'analyse des systèmes), Rabat, Morocco. 
    [ Programme ]

    Royal Holloway, Computer Science department's annual research colloquium abstracts:

    2016 - Hercules/MapReduce/Transcriptomics [ I was Editor/co-organiser ]
    [ Read ]
    2015 - PDB-Hadoop/Legacy applications on the PDB [ Read ]
    2014 - Illumina/SRA meta-data annotation [ I was co-organiser ] [ Read ]

Chemistry and Pharmacology

  • Alnasir, J. & Austen, B. (2011). Characterisation of cyclic neuroprotective PDZ binding ligands. Poster session presented at Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC): Protein and Peptide Science Group Early Stage Researcher Meeting, London, United Kingdom and subsequently at St. Georges research day.
    [ Read , Abstract #10 ]

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