Grier Page, PhD, has been conducting methodological and applied research in all areas of statistical genetics and systems biology since 1993. Dr. Page pulls together diverse data in order to understand disease processes and integrate them in a statistically reliable and reproducible fashion.
He develops statistical methods for analysis of various types of genomic-related data such as gene expression, metabolomics, and proteomics. These methods have helped improve diagnostics for stillbirth and premature births. In addition, Dr. Page’s methods have allowed basic science and clinical studies to be conducted more efficiently and cost effectively.
He has developed a number of web-based tools for designing, planning, and interpreting genomic experiments. These include CressExpress.org, a tool for studying plant growth and development, and LungMap.net, a web-based project to understand the structural development of human lungs.