Vladislav Vyshemirsky
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Description

Vladislav Vyshemirsky is a Research Assistant in the Bioinformatics Research Centre, University of Glasgow. He is working on the "Bayesian System Identification for Biological Pathway Modelling" project funded by Microsoft Research within "Modelling and Predicting in Biology and Earth Sciences 2006" programme. Prior to this, he spent 3 years working on the "BPS: A Software Tool for the Simulation and Analysis of Biochemical Networks" project funded by the Department of Trade and Industry at the University of Glasgow. Earlier, he spent 5 years working in a company founded by Motorola Inc. in an R&D project dedicated to logical analysis and model checking of software requirements specifications. Vladislav has a masters degree in computing science and a bachelors degree in applied mathematics from Kiev National University in Kiev, Ukraine. He has recently submitted his PhD thesis "Probabilistic Reasoning and Inference for Systems Biology", which will be available here in the final version.


Lectures:

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flag Bayesian Hypotheses Testing in Raman Spectroscopy
as author at  Workshop on Learning and Inference in Computational and Systems Biology (LICSB), London 2009,
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flag BioBayes: Bayesian inference for Systems Biology
as author at  Learning and Inference in Computational Systems Biology (LICSB), Glasgow 2008,
766 views
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flag A software tool for Bayesian inference of ODE Biochemical Models
as author at  Workshop on Practical Inference Methods for Mechanistic Modelling of Biological Systems (PIMMS), Glasgow 2007,
191 views
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flag A study of MCMC and deterministic approximations for hypothesis testing using ODE models
as author at  Workshop on Practical Inference Methods for Mechanistic Modelling of Biological Systems (PIMMS), Glasgow 2007,
210 views
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flag A comparison of hypothesis testing methods for ODE models of biochemical systems
as author at  Workshop on Probabilistic Modelling of Networks and Pathways, Sheffield 2007,
682 views