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Rick Stanton
Sr. Bioinformatics Engineer

Research Interests and Accomplishments

Rick Stanton is a Senior Bioinformatics Engineer in the Bioinformatics Department at the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI) focusing on infectious disease research and the development of tools for the analysis and visualization of complex data.

Prior to joining JCVI in 2012, Mr. Stanton designed and implemented innovative platforms for therapeutic drug discovery and development at Amgen. He has gained expertise in flow cytometry, electrophysiology, mass spectrometry, xray diffraction, MRI image construction for differential tumor volume assessments, next generation sequence profiling, expression analysis, transcription factor analysis, signaling pathway elucidation, biomarker identification, target prioritization, target validation, and system modeling. Mr. Stanton received his B.S.E.E. and M.S.E.E. from California State University, Northridge with an emphasis on random processes, detection and classification methodologies.

Select Publications

Yu L, van der Valk M, et al.
Sclerostin Expression Is Induced by BMPs in Human Saos-2 Osteosarcoma Cells but Not via Direct Effects on the Sclerostin Gene Promoter or ECR5 Element.

Bone. 2011 Dec 01; 49: 1131-40.[more]

Stanton RA, Escobar S, et al.
A Software Framework Enabling Analysis of Plate-based Flow Cytometry Data for High-throughput Screening.

Assay and Drug Development Technologies. 2010 Apr 01; 8: 228-37.[more]