I work for Papers doing Cocoa development and data science with a side of node.js. In a previous existence I was a bioinformatician.
- Evidence of Statistical Inconsistency of Phylogenetic Methods in the Presence of Multiple Sequence Alignment Uncertainty
- Md Mukarram Hossain, A. S., Blackburne, B.P., Shah, A., and Whelan, S.
- Genome Biology and Evolution 10.1093/gbe/evv127.
- ModelOMatic: Fast and Automated Model Selection between RY, Nucleotide, Amino Acid, and Codon Substitution Models
- A global reference for human genetic variation
- Aging as Accelerated Accumulation of Somatic Variants: Whole-Genome Sequencing of Centenarian and Middle-Aged Monozygotic Twin Pairs
- Class of multiple sequence alignment algorithm affects genomic analysis
- Measuring the distance between multiple sequence alignments
- Phylogenetic substitution models for detecting heterotachy during plastid evolution
- Whelan, S., Blackburne, B.P. and Spencer, M.
- Molecular Biology and Evolution 10.1093/molbev/msq215 (2011).
- Mutation spectrum revealed by breakpoint sequencing of human germline CNVs
- Changing Selective Pressure during Antigenic Changes in Human Influenza H3
- Blackburne, B. P., Hay A. H. & Goldstein, R. A.
- PLoS Pathogens 4(5): e1000058 (2008).
- Assessing the Accuracy of Ancestral Protein Reconstruction Methods
- Williams, P. D., Pollock, D. D., Blackburne, B. P. & Goldstein, R. A.
- PLoS Computational Biology 2 (6): e69. (2006).
- Population Dynamics Simulations of Functional Model Proteins
- Three Dimensional Functional Model Proteins: Structure, Function and Evolution
- Multimeme Algorithms for Protein Structure Prediction
- Krasnogor, N., Blackburne, B.P., Hirst, J.D., and Burke, E.K.,
- Proceedings of Parallel Problem Solving From Nature, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2002).
- Evolution of Functional Model Proteins
- Matt Wood and Ben Blackburne. Life in Data: The Story of DNA. In Beautiful Data, Toby Segaran and Jeff Hammerbacher (eds.)
- Abstrac was an iPad app to let scientists track the new papers that are being discussed on Twitter.
- MetAl is a tool in Haskell for measuring the distance between alternative sequence alignments.