Page Lab

Lab Leader:  David Page

Professor of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics

David Page

Research goals

David Page works on algorithms for data mining and machine learning, and their applications to biomedical data, especially clinical and high-throughput genetic and other molecular data. Of particular interest are inductive logic programming (ILP) and other multi-relational learning techniques capable of dealing with complex data points (such as molecules or clinical histories) and producing logical rules (such as the rules below).

active_molecule(A) if:
zinc_binding_site(A,B) &
hydrogen_acceptor(A,C) &
distance(B,C,6.1) &
hydrogen_acceptor(A,D) &
distance(B,D,7.3) &
distance(C,D,2.2) &
hydrogen_acceptor(A,E) &
distance(B,E,3.9) &
distance(C,E,3.2) &
distance(D,E,4.0). 
< or > active_molecule(A) if:
hydrogen_acceptor(A,C) &
hydrogen_acceptor(A,D) &
distance(C,D,4.17) &
hydrophobe(A,E) &
distance(C,E,3.38) &
distance(D,E,7.20) &
hydrophobe(A,F) &
distance(C,F,3.68) &
distance(D,F,5.41) &
distance(E,F,5.0).

Current lab members

  • Yujia Bao

    Yujia Bao

    Research Assistant, Systems Biology

    • yujia@cs.wisc.edu
  • Zhanrong Du

    Zanrong Du

    Graduate Student, Systems Biology

    • zhanrong@cs.wisc.edu
  • Sinong Geng

    Sinong Geng

    Research Assistant, Systems Biology

    • sgeng2@wisc.edu
  • Ross Kleiman

    Ross Kleiman

    Graduate Student, Systems Biology

    • rkleiman@cs.wisc.edu
  • Charles Kwong

    Charles Kwong

    Research Assistant, Systems Biology

    • zkuang@wisc.edu
  • David Page

    David Page

    Discovery Fellow, Professor, Biostatistics and Medical Informatics, Systems Biology

    • page@biostat.wisc.edu