Carnegie Mellon University

 Jose Lugo-Martinez

Assistant Professor, Co-Director of M.S. in Automated Science Program, Ray and Stephanie Lane Computational Biology Department


Ray and Stephanie Lane Computational Biology Department, SCS
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Gates Hillman Center Room 7411

Work Phone: 412-268-8693


Administrative Assistant: Erin Driskill


Jose's group develops the next generation of computational approaches to accelerate biomedical knowledge discovery through automated and autonomous science.

Lab Members

 Peiran Jiang

Ph.D. Student

youngje.jpg Young Je Lee

Ph.D. Student

Highlighted Publications

V. Pejaver, J. Urresti, J. Lugo-Martinez, K.A. Pagel, G.N. Lin, H.J. Nam, M. Mort, D.N. Cooper, J. Sebat, L.M. Iakoucheva, S.D. Mooney and P. Radivojac. Inferring the molecular and phenotypic impact of amino acid variants with MutPred2. Nature Communications. (2020) 11(1):5918. [PDF].

J. Lugo-Martinez, D. Zeiberg, T. Gaudelet, N. Malod-Dognin, N. Przulj and P. Radivojac. Classification in biological networks with hypergraphlet kernels. Bioinformatics. (2020), in press. [here]

J. Lugo-Martinez, J. Dengjel, Z. Bar-Joseph and R.F. Murphy. Integration of heterogeneous experimental data improves global map of human protein complexes. In Proc. of the 10th ACM Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Health Informatics. (ACM-BCB 2019). [PDF]

J. Lugo-Martinez*, D. Ruiz-Perez*, G. Narasimhan and Z. Bar-Joseph. Dynamic interaction network inference from longitudinal microbiome data. Microbiome. (2019) 7(1):54. (*Indicates equal contribution). [PDF]

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