Maureen SartorMaureen Sartor , Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor, Computational Medicine & Bioinformatics

Phone: 734-763-8013



The advent of tiling arrays and next-generation sequencing has created many new biases and issues surrounding the question of biological significance and functionality.  Dr. Sartor’s main research interests involve exploring these issues with empirical and hierarchical Bayesian models, and other statistical modeling, applied to the analysis of high-throughput genomic data.  These statistical models allow her to understand and assess the biological significance of results and molecular pathways involved.