Stephen Joseph Wilson
Data and Technology
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Stephen Joseph Wilson: PhD Candidate at Baylor College of Medicine. Passionate about data-driven discovery, machine learning, and network analysis. Working on complex problems in the biomedical field, which are highlighted in the portfolio below.

Current Employment

The Lichtarge lab at Baylor College of Medicine pursues a variety of pressing computational, biomedical, and data analystical topics:

  • Protein Structure Function Studies
  • Biomedical Network Analysis
  • Rational Hypothesis Prediction and Development of Reasoning Algorithms


Machine Learning

Network Analysis


Cloud Computing

Custom Data Ingenstion Pipelines

Resume Highlights

Key highlights from my resume.


PhD Candidate, Baylor College of Medicine (BCM), Houston, TX

  • Developed a system to extract 24 million gene-drug-disease associations from 21 million publications.

  • Predicted novel hypotheses with more than 90% precision over 2 years.

  • Published 3 first-author papers, attended 12 conferences, and delivered 3 conference talks.

  • Conceptualized and developed 5+ highly collaborative projects.
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    NLM Career Development Leader, Gulf Coast Consortium, Houston, TX

  • Organized and recruited guest lectures on career development from academia, tech transfer, small business, and industry.

  • Gained a network of contacts across fields to obtain qualified speakers.
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    Biochemistry Department Student Representative, BCM, Houston, TX

  • Organized, planned and executed the Biochemistry Departments Student Recruitment, sorting through 76 applications and 16 interviews to recruit 9 new students.

  • Coordinated closely with 2 departments and many individuals to plan and run a yearly scientific conference for < 140 students, postdocs, and faculty.

  • Member of the Department’s Graduate Education Committee to decide academic policies.
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    First Author Papers


    Years of Fellowship Support


    Conference Talks Given


    Conferences Attended


    Listed below is some of my work and general research directions. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions.


    Universal Evolutionary Trace

    Protein Structure, Function

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    Automated Pathway Discovery

    Network Analysis, Automated Discovery

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    Automated Knowledge Discovery

    Literature-Mining, Network Analysis

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