I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Dumontier Lab at Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research. I devise scalable semantic approaches for understanding and applying drug activity for treatment of disease, I develop methods for the integration and mining of patient data with heterogeneous biomedical data resources, and, I advocate for Semantic Web technologies in health care, life sciences, and clinical research.

This blog tracks the progress on projects I am working on — private and professional. I also publicize comments on various science topics and announcements on the blog. Feedback provided by comments will be more than welcome.

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  1. Research Resources: Take a Look at the Winners of the Springer’s API Challenge 2.0 | LJ INFOdocket

    […] third-place prize to Opacmo (http://www.opacmo.org/) of the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (http://joachimbaran.wordpress.com/about/). Opacmo stands for “Open Access Mortar,” a mash-up of biological and biomedical terms linked to […]


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