New York

Research Director - Wennie Wu PhD

Wennie Wu holds a PhD in Biophysics from UC Berkeley. Her activities encompass leading research at Lawrence Berkeley Lab, Jet Propulsion Lab/California Institute of Technology, USC, International Innovative Institute, and other prestigious institutions. Particular research and development achievements are in the fields of subnanometer science, optical computing, system analysis and engineering, theory of limitology, etc. Dr. Wu has led programs with budgets of hundreds of billions of dollars.

Scale-Free Pathway Representation

OVium sequence analysis tools exploit the scale-free characteristics of cell signaling networks for pathway research. Identifiable scale-free behavior [Barabási] is observed within protein interaction [Giot, Uetz], internet link, economic, social and an extensive list of other network classifications. OVium analysis goes further in distinguishing deviations of the protein interactome relative to perfect Barabási scale-free model.

Pathway Analysis

OVium provides pathway mining solutions to support drug development and basic research for clientèle. OVium provides cloud and massive parallel processing solutions to mine and categorize essential pathways from NCBI and EMBL databases and micro-array assays gathered by leading research laboratories. Mining algorithms include homology matching with hidden Markov model and fuzzy matching techniques lead by scale free network constraints.

Global Supply Chain

The contractions ending the last decade emphasized demand for efficiency and greater productivity. The distinctions between almost-in-time, just-in-time and predict-in-time have never been more discernible. OVium facilitates an arsenal of algorithm and network integration technologies to meet efficiency needs while meeting demands without costly expeditor services.

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