Baris Hancioglu

Bioinformatics Scientist Computational Biology, Translational Oncology, Pfizer Inc., 525 Market Street, 36th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105

Office: 415-275-5706

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Previous position at VT: Postdoctoral Fellow, 2007-11.

Research Pages: Tyson Lab Mitotic Exit Model Homepage


Ph.D. 2007 University of Pittsburgh, Mathematics.
M.S. 2002 Universita di Milano, Milan, Italy, Mathematics.
B.S. 1998 Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey, Mathematics.

Professional Experience

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Hancioglu, B., and Tyson, J. J. (2012). A mathematical model of mitotic exit in budding yeast: the role of Polo kinase. PLoS One 7:e30810.
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Hancioglu, B. and Tyson, J. J. (2009). Dynamics of mitotic exit. J. Critical Care 24(3):e22-e23.
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Hancioglu, B., Clermont, G., and Swigon, D. (2007). Ensemble models for human immune response to influenza A virus infection. J. Critical Care 22(4):339-340.
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Hancioglu, B. (2007). Mathematical modeling of virus dynamics in immunology. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Pittsburgh.
Hancioglu, B., Swigon, D., and Clermont, G. (2007). A Dynamical model of human immune response to influenza A virus infection. J. Theor. Biol. 246:70-86.
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Hancioglu, B., Clermont, G., and Swigon, D. (2006). A dynamical model of influenza A virus infection: clinical and epidemiological relevance. J. Critical Care 21(4):355.


Baris' hobbies are traveling, soccer, chess, reading and hiking.