Dr John Markham

Biography

Dr John Markham is a Senior Researcher in the NICTA Victoria Research Laboratory in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at The University of Melbourne. Dr Markham also collaborates with the Immunology Division at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI).

Recent Publications

  1. Kan A, Markham J, Chakravorty R, Bailey J, Leckie C. Ranking cell tracking systems without manual validation. PATTERN RECOGNITION LETTERS. Elsevier Science. 2015, Vol. 53.
  2. Potts K, Sargeant T, Markham J, Shi W, Biben C, Josefsson E, Whitehead L, Rogers K, Liakhovitskaia A, Smyth G, Kile B, Medvinsky A, Alexander W, Hilton D, Taoudi S. A lineage of diploid platelet-forming cells precedes polyploid megakaryocyte formation in the mouse embryo. BLOOD. American Society of Hematology. 2014, Vol. 124, Issue 17.
  3. Chakravorty R, Rawlinson D, Zhang A, Markham J, Dowling M, Wellard C, Zhou J, Hodgkin P. Labour-Efficient In Vitro Lymphocyte Population Tracking and Fate Prediction Using Automation and Manual Review. PLoS One. Public Library of Science. 2014, Vol. 9, Issue 1.
  4. Budden D, Hurley D, Cursons J, Markham J, Davis M, Crampin E. Predicting expression: the complementary power of histone modification and transcription factor binding data. EPIGENETICS & CHROMATIN. Biomed Central. 2014, Vol. 7.
  5. Dowling M, Kan A, Heinzel S, Zhou J, Marchingo J, Wellard C, Markham J, Hodgkin P. Stretched cell cycle model for proliferating lymphocytes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. National Academy of Sciences. 2014, Vol. 111, Issue 17.
  6. Kan A, Leckie C, Bailey J, Markham J, Chakravorty R. Measures for ranking cell trackers without manual validation. Pattern Recognition. Pergamon-Elsevier Science. 2013, Vol. 46, Issue 11.
  7. Shahid M, Markham P, Markham J, Marenda M, Noormohammadi A. Mutations in GTP Binding Protein Obg of Mycoplasma synoviae Vaccine Strain MS-H: Implications in Temperature-Sensitivity Phenotype. PLoS One. Public Library of Science. 2013, Vol. 8, Issue 9.
  8. Lee S, Devlin J, Markham J, Noormohammadi A, Browning G, Ficorilli N, Hartley C, Markham P. Phylogenetic and molecular epidemiological studies reveal evidence of multiple past recombination events between infectious laryngotracheitis viruses. PLoS One. Public Library of Science. 2013, Vol. 8, Issue 2.
  9. Duffy K, Wellard C, Markham J, Zhou J, Holmberg R, Hawkins E, Hasbold J, Dowling M, Hodgkin P. Activation-Induced B Cell Fates Are Selected by Intracellular Stochastic Competition. Science. American Society for the Advancement of Science. 2012, Vol. 335, Issue 6066.
  10. Lee S, Markham P, Coppo M, Legione A, Markham J, Noormohammadi A, Browning G, Ficorilli N, Hartley C, Devlin J. Attenuated vaccines can recombine to form virulent field viruses. Science. American Society for the Advancement of Science. 2012, Vol. 337, Issue 6091.
  11. Kan A, Chakravorty R, Bailey J, Leckie C, Markham J, Dowling MR. Automated and semi-automated cell tracking: addressing portability challenges. Journal of Microscopy - Oxford. Blackwell Science. 2011, Vol. 244, Issue 2.
  12. Lee S, Devlin J, Markham J, Noormohammadi A, Browning G, Ficorilli N, Hartley C, Markham P. Comparative analysis of the complete genome sequences of two Australian origin live attenuated vaccines of infectious laryngotracheitis virus. Vaccine. Elsevier Science. 2011, Vol. 29, Issue 52.
  13. Lee S, Markham P, Markham J, Peterman I, Noormohammadi A, Browning G, Ficorilli N, Hartley C, Devlin J. First complete genome sequence of infectious laryngotracheitis virus. BMC Genomics. Biomed Central. 2011, Vol. 12, Issue 1.
  14. Goudey B, Wang Q, Rawlinson D, Zarnegar A, Kikianty E, Markham J, MacIntyre G, Abraham G, Stern L, Inouye M, Haviv I, Kowalczyk A. Replication of epistatic DNA loci in two case-control GWAS studies using OPE algorithm. 7th Student Council Symposium of the International-Society-for-Computational-Biology (ISCB). Biomed Central. 2011, Vol. 12.
  15. Markham J, Wellard, Hawkins E, Duffy, Hodgkin. A Minimum of Two Distinct Heritable Factors Are Required to Explain Correlation Structures in Proliferating Lymphocytes. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. The Royal Society Publishing. 2010, Vol. 7.

John Markham

Level: 02 Room:
Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Parkville
University of Melbourne
3010 Australia

T: +61 3 83444746
E: jmarkham@unimelb.edu.au


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