O’Neill, P.K., Forder, R.K. and Erill, I. (2014) “Informational Requirements for Transcriptional Regulation”. J Comput Biol. 2014 May;21(5):373-84. doi: 10.1089/cmb.2014.0032. Link
Joseph P. Cornish, Neus Sanchez-Alberola, Patrick K. O’Neill, Ronald O’Keefe, Jameel Gheba, and Ivan Erill. “Characterization of the SOS meta-regulon in the human gut microbiome.” Bioinformatics first published online January 8, 2014. Link
O’Neill, P.K., Or, M. and Erill, I. (2013). “Genome-wide Conservation of Codon Usage Bias in fast-growing Bacteria”. PLoS ONE. 2013. Link
Kolesnikov, A., Kumchev, A., Howe, D., O’Neill, P. and Tiger, M. (2011). “Estimation of the Commodity Flow of Chlorine from Storage Data”. /J. Transp. Sec./ DOI: 10.1007/s12198-011-0081-4.
Talks and Posters
- “Exact Fermi-Dirac Statistics for Bacterial Transcription Factors”. Poster presented to GLBIO 2013.
- “Exact solutions for transcription factor binding distributions”. Contributed talk for Frontiers in Systems and Synthetic Biology ‘13. 2013
- “Genome-wide Conservation of Codon Usage Bias in fast-growing Bacteria”. Poster presented to the Rocky Mountain Bioinformatics Conference. 2012.
- “Analysis of pair-wise correlations in prokaryotic transcription factor binding motifs”. Poster presented to the 8th International Conference on Bioinformatics. 2011.
- “Circular reasoning: Stochastic optimization in the disk-covering problem” with Dennis Howell and Matthew Tiger. Presented to the Towson University Mathematics Colloquium. 2011.
- “Finite Splicing Systems, Logically and Algebraically”. Presented to the George Washington University Logic Seminar. 2011.
- “DIY-GEM: tools for citizen scientists”, describing joint work with the Baltimore-US iGEM team. Presented to the MIT iGEM Jamboree. 2010.
- “Silence of the \lambda’s: A Geographical Model of Criminal Behavior”, with Sara Miller and Dennis Howell. Invited talk for the MD-DC-VA Section MAA Meeting at Virginia State University. 2010.
- “Risk Estimates for Large-Scale Chlorine Road Transport Networks.” Contributed talk for the George Mason University Conference on Atmospheric Transport and Dispersion Modeling. 2010.