Jordan Bryan


The Cancer Data Science team and others at the Broad Institute came out with an article in Nature Communications today detailing a new method for normalizing and integrating multiple large RNAi screening datasets. It’s called DEMETER2, named after the Roman goddess of the harvest. DEMETER2 uses a hierarchical Bayesian model to estimate gene dep... Read more

About me

I am currently a first year PhD student in the Department of Statistical Science at Duke University. Prior to coming to Duke, I worked with Aviad Tsherniak on the Cancer Data Science team at the Broad Institue of MIT and Harvard. I contributed to the Cancer Dependency Map effort with a focus on data analysis for the PRISM profiling method. Befo... Read more