Martin McIntosh

Member, Public Health Sciences Division
Program Head, Computational Biology

CFAR ROLE:
Director, Molecular Profiling and Computational Biology Core

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Tumor biomarker research
Proteomics
Cancer screening
RNAseq
Autoimmunity

EDUCATION:
Ph.D., Harvard University, Statistics, 1998.
A.M., Harvard University, Statistics, 1992.
B.S., Michigan State University, Computer Science & Math, 1986.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS:
May, DH, Navarro SL, Ruczinski I, Hogan J, Ogata Y, Schwarz Y, Levy L, Holzman T, McIntosh MW, Lampe JW.  2013.  Metabolomic profiling of urine: response to a randomised, controlled feeding study of select fruits and vegetables, and application to an observational study.. The British journal of nutrition. :1-11. Abstract

Walter, RB, Laszlo GS, Alonzo TA, Gerbing RB, Levy S, Fitzgibbon MP, Gudgeon CJ, Ries RE, Harrington KH, Raimondi SC et al..  2013.  Significance of expression of ITGA5 and its splice variants in acute myeloid leukemia: A report from the children's oncology group.. American journal of hematology. Abstract

Drescher, CW, Shah C, Thorpe J, O'Briant K, Anderson GL, Berg CD, Urban ND, McIntosh MW.  2013.  Longitudinal Screening Algorithm That Incorporates Change Over Time in CA125 Levels Identifies Ovarian Cancer Earlier Than a Single-Threshold Rule.. Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology. 31(3):387-92. Abstract

Herbrich, SM, Cole RN, West KP, Schulze K, Yager JD, Groopman JD, Christian P, Wu L, O'Meally RN, May DH et al..  2013.  Statistical Inference from Multiple iTRAQ Experiments without Using Common Reference Standards.. Journal of proteome research. 12(2):594-604. Abstract

LINKS:
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Shared Resources Page

CONTACT
Computational Biology
1100 Fairview Ave. North
P.O. Box 19024
M1-C108
Seattle, Washington 98109
Phone:  (206) 667-4612
Fax: (206) 667-7264
mmcintos at fhcrc.org