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Stefanie Scheid


Research Interests

Statistics in Bioinformatics and in general.

Estimation of the local false discovery rate combined with permutation filtering.

Short Vita

Since September 2006
Working at Merck KGaA (Darmstadt, Germany) as Biostatistician.

October 2006
PhD in Bioinformatics, Free University Berlin.

February 2002 - August 2006
PhD student at the Computational Molecular Biology Department of the Max-Planck-Institute for Molecular Genetics Berlin, Computational Diagnostics Group.

December 2001
Diploma in Statistics, University of Dortmund.

1999 - 2000
University of Tampere: Exchange student in statistics.
Tampere School of Public Health: Exchange student.

1996 - 2001
University of Dortmund: major subject statistics.
University of Bochum: minor subject theoretical medicine.

Publications

see list of publications

Software

Scheid S (maintainer):
twilight - Estimating the local false discovery rate
An R/Bioconductor package for two-condition microarray experiments. Includes computation of scores, empirical p-values and local false discovery rates. For further information and download visit the software webpage of twilight.

Yang X, Scheid S, and Lottaz C (maintainer):
OrderedList - Similarities of ordered gene lists
An R/Bioconductor package to explore the similarity between two lists of ordered genes. For further information and download visit the software webpage of OrderedList.

Held M, Bentink S, Kostka D, Lottaz C (maintainer), Scheid S, and Jaeger J:
compdiagTools - a toolbox for microarray analysis
An R package containing handy tools for analysis and illustration of microarray experiments. For further information and download visit the software webpage of compdiagTools.

Misc

Some links

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