Charles D Warden


I am currently a Bioinformatics Specialist in the Integrative Genomics Core at City of Hope. I assist scientists with next-generation sequencing (and sometimes microarray) analysis. As needed, I also develop algorithms for genomic analysis.

My work mostly currently focuses on cancer research, but I also assist with basic biology and virology research. I also have published evolutionary genomics papers.

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Bioinformatics Specialist

City of Hope
Integrative Genomics Core, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology

September 30, 2014
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06 Jul 2013

Interesting editorial! It looks like this article doesn't currently mention standard high-throughput databases. Although most scientists should be aware of these, data depositi...

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09 Oct 2013

Interesting paper - I've noticed that exon coverage has been low in exosome RNA-Seq experiments, and it was interesting to see how much non-coding reads specifically aligned to rRN...

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28 Mar 2014

Interesting paper! 1) My understanding was that the population frequencies (75%, 90%, and 99%) were used to try and estimate the specificity of the SNP calls (so, variants fou...

14 Nov 2013

This sounds like an interesting package. A Bioconductor package for alternative splicing analysis would certainly be useful to the community. However, I think it would help to...

02 Jan 2014

This paper looks like it has the potential to be quite useful. However, it seems a bit short and I think it would help to expand on the following details: 1) Do you provide a...

12 Feb 2014

Interesting paper. In table 1, maybe it would help to show the same answer frequencies for before and after taking class? At first, I was confused how 82/116 could answer "YES"...

15 Apr 2014

Cool paper! Perhaps it would help to provide a link to the software (e.g. in the abstract? I eventually figured it out from link...