Anna Goldenberg is a Scientist in the Genetics and Genome Biology Lab at
SickKids Research Institute and Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at
the University of Toronto (Computational Biology Group).
The Goldenberg lab develops new machine learning methods that can help decipher human disease heterogeneity.
Our contributions to machine learning include novel data integration methods,
graph-based unsupervised feature selection and graphical models for subtyping in GWAS.
We collaborate with clinicians to ensure that our work is relevant in the clinic.
The lab consists of a diverse background of researchers, including computer scientists,
computational biologists, engineers, statisticians and data analysts.
Congratulations to Lauren Erdman for finishing her masters and starting a Phd in the lab!
Summer students join the lab. Welcome Lebo, Angeline, Jaryd, and muhammad
Lauren Erdman and Ben Brew go to Washing DC for the annual AACR conferecne to
present their work
Ben talks about machine learning and medicine at data fest in Chicago
New members in the lab: welcome to Kingsley and Menjie!
Anna becomes CIFAR Fellow in Child and Brain Development!
Anna receives the DCS award for excellence in mentorship and grad student recruitment
Dustin joins the lab for the summer: welcome Dustin!
Hareem Naveed is heading to Chicago for the summer!
Early Research Award from the Ministry of Research and Innovation