As one of my many projects as a student and postdoc, I worked on the UCSC Kestrel supercomputer sequence analysis project , a plug in board that accelerates HMM and Smith-Waterman types of data base search.
As a researcher at LBNL I developed and applied new techniques of analyzing microarray data, mainly for breast cancer and aging.
I have spent my recent years working with microarray data on splicing/ alternative splicing. The Ares lab focuses on using splicing specific microarrays (which we design) in yeast, mouse and human. We study nonsense mediated decay, splicing differences in early cell development, rna in malaria, and introns/splicing in yeast.