Aditya Manohar Rao, BA

Affiliations: 
Stanford University Medical School 
Area:
Computational Immunology, Immunology, Bioinformatics
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Barbara Kee research assistant 2010- Chicago
Purvesh Khatri grad student 2013- Stanford University Medical School (Computer Science Tree)
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Anahtar M, Chan LW, Ko H, et al. (2022) Host protease activity classifies pneumonia etiology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2121778119
Liu YE, Saul S, Rao AM, et al. (2022) An 8-gene machine learning model improves clinical prediction of severe dengue progression. Genome Medicine. 14: 33
Buturovic L, Zheng H, Tang B, et al. (2022) A 6-mRNA host response classifier in whole blood predicts outcomes in COVID-19 and other acute viral infections. Scientific Reports. 12: 889
Zheng H, Rao AM, Dermadi D, et al. (2021) Multi-cohort analysis of host immune response identifies conserved protective and detrimental modules associated with severity across viruses. Immunity
Rao AM. (2018) Assessment of Validity of a Blood-Based 3-Gene Signature Score for Progression and Diagnosis of Tuberculosis, Disease Severity, and Treatment Response Jama Network Open. 6
Warsinske HC, Rao AM, Moreira FMF, et al. (2018) Assessment of Validity of a Blood-Based 3-Gene Signature Score for Progression and Diagnosis of Tuberculosis, Disease Severity, and Treatment Response. Jama Network Open. 1: e183779
Cheung P, Vallania F, Dvorak M, et al. (2018) Single-cell epigenetics - Chromatin modification atlas unveiled by mass cytometry. Clinical Immunology (Orlando, Fla.)
Warsinske H, Rao A, Moreira FMF, et al. (2018) 119. Prospective Validation of a 3-Gene Signature for Tuberculosis Diagnosis, Predicting Progression and Evaluating Treatment Response Open Forum Infectious Diseases. 5: S5-S5
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