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Murphy Lab - Home
Welcome to the Murphy lab at Carnegie Mellon University. The lab
is a multidisciplinary environment with people working on
projects in computational cell biology.
|April 2, 2013
has been released. The primary goal of this release was to add the resolution of the
dataset to the model trainer graphical user interface.
|March 11, 2013
has been released. The primary new feature is the ability to generate cell and
nuclear shapes from diffeomorphic models.
|January 24, 2013
||Congratulations to Dr. Joshua Kangas for successfully defending his
thesis entitled, "Active Learning for Drug Discovery." Dr. Kangas will be joining a new startup, Quantitative Medicine, LLC, as cofounder and Chief Science Officer.
|January 15, 2013
||A review article from our group on automated image analysis
methods for high-content screening and analysis was awarded the
2013 JBC Authors' Choice Award
at the annual meeting of the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening.
|January 9, 2013
||A new version of OMERO.searcher Local Client has been released,
along with a content database for the
database also released today.
This version permits searching of both
OMERO and non-OMERO databases and supports user-defined feature sets.
|January 9, 2013
||A significantly expanded collection of images and sequences from the
RandTag project has been
Automated analysis of the images of CD-tagged NIH 3T3 clones
in which the tagged gene has been identified permitted the assignment of
subcellular location for a number of previously unannotated or
|November 30, 2012
||Two articles in PLoS ONE describe results from our collaboration with
the Human Protein Atlas. In the first, analysis of images of eleven cultured cell lines
reveals that accounting for differences in cell shape and size reduces
apparent variation in microtubule distribution. Accounting for this,
three groups of cell lines remain distinguishable.
In the second,
computational analysis identified proteins whose annotations from visual
analysis were incorrect.
|November 28, 2012
||Congratulations to Dr. Jieyue Li for successfully defending his thesis entitled, "Automated Learning of Subcellular Location Patterns in Confocal Fluorescence Images from Human Protein Atlas." Dr. Li has accepted a position as Machine Learning Expert at ZestFinance in Los Angeles, California.
|September 4, 2012||
CellOrganizer v1.7.1 released. Support
added for exporting object files from TIF files of synthesized images.
|CellOrganizer v1.7 released. Support added for output as indexed images, blender object files, and SBML Spatial extension.
|OMERO.searcher v.1.1.2 released! Provides content-based searching of OMERO databases with local or remote images.
|CellOrganizer v1.6 released! Supports 2D/3D images and vesicle and microtubule pattern models.
|December 19, 2011||Dr. Murphy named to the NIH Council of Councils.
|September 7, 2011||Murphy Lab member Luis Pedro Coelho named to the 2012 class of Siebel Scholars. The Siebel Scholars program recognizes the most talented students at the world's leading graduate schools of business, bioengineering, and computer science.
|September 5, 2011||Video of Dr. Murphy's talk at the COMBINE 2011 meeting is available online.
|January 10, 2011||Work from Murphy group featured in Nature Biotechnology article on Computational Biology breakthroughs in 2010.
|September 18, 2010||Murphy Lab member Tao Peng wins the 2009 Research Award from Carnegie Mellon's Biomedical Engineering Department. One award is given each year to the BME graduate student judged to have the most outstanding research achievement.
|New release 2.0 of PatternUnmixer
PUnmix). The new version supports reading images from OMERO servers, displaying
object distributions, checking for the presence of unknown patterns, and
exporting unmixing fractions. See the Software link.
|August 22, 2009||Murphy Lab member Luis Pedro Coelho wins the CPCB Outstanding Research Achievement Award.
|Collection of hand-segmented nuclear images
and python code for comparing segmentation methods released. See the Software link.
|New PSLID release containing images from
over 2,500 clones generated by the RandTag project.
|Releases of SLML Tools and PUnmix are available
under the Software link. These packages
implement learned, generative models of subcellular patterns and estimation of
pattern unmixing fractions, respectively. Matlab source code, as well as
compiled versions for Linux, Mac OS, and Windows, are available.
The primary focus of current work in the lab is on automated interpretation of fluorescence microscope images.
If you are interested in reading more about our work, a list of publications is
Slides from Dr. Murphy's tutorials at meetings like the ISAC Congress
and the SBS Conference are available under
the presentations link.
Data Available for Download
Select data generated from Murphy Lab projects is
available for download.