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Zuckerman Research Center
HSS Research Institute
511 East 71st Street – 8th Floor
New York, NY 10021
David Kuo applies machine learning methods to biomedical questions, specifically in the realm of transcriptomics and proteomics.
David began biomedical research in the laboratory of alternative splicing expert Jane Wu in the summers from 2001-2005. He earned his BS in Biological Sciences at Stanford University in 2008. While at Stanford, David performed research in the laboratory of cancer biologist Calvin Kuo (no relation), where he studied the effects of VEGF blockade on liver vasculature. David was an Information Systems Developer for McMaster-Carr Supply Company before matriculating at the Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences in the Physiology, Biophysics & Systems Biology Department. He joined the Rätsch Lab in 2012. He collaborates actively with the laboratories of Lionel Ivashkiv at Hospital for Special Surgery and the Hans-Guido Wendel at MSKCC.
- Wei K, Piecewicz SM, McGinnis LM, Taniguchi CM, Wiegand SJ, Anderson K, Chan CW, Mulligan KX, Kuo D, Yuan J, Vallon M, Morton LC, Lefai E, Simon MC, Maher JJ, Mithieux G, Rajas F, Annes JP, McGuinness OP, Thurston G, Giaccia AJ, Kuo CJ. A liver Hif-2α-Irs2 pathway sensitizes hepatic insulin signaling and is modulated by Vegf inhibition. Nature Medicine. 19(10):1331-1337, 2013. Pubmed
- Mordes D, Luo X, Kar A, Kuo D, Xu L, Fushimi K, Yu G, Sternberg P, Wu JY. Pre-mRNA splicing and retinitis pigmentosa. Molecular Vision. 12:1259-71., 2006. Pubmed
- Wu JY, Kar A, Kuo D, Yu B, Havlioglu N. SRp54 (SFRS11), a regulator for tau exon 10 alternative splicing identified by an expression cloning strategy. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 26(18):6739-47, 2006. Pubmed
- Kar A, Kuo D, He R, Zhou J, Wu JY. Tau alternative splicing and frontotemporal dementia. Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders. 19 Suppl 1:S29-46, 2005. Pubmed