Nicole's research focuses on development and use of semantic technologies to facilitate new knowledge discovery and promote scientific reproducibility. She performs data biocuration, and develop ontologies and data standards for phenotypes, diseases and other biomedical domains with the goal of improving disease diagnostics and health outcomes. Additionally, she participates in educational efforts in data management best practices and data science.
- BA, Biology, Reed College, Portland Oregon, 2000.
- PhD, Cell Biology, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland Oregon, 2009.
- Monarch Inititative
- Applying layperson synonyms to the Human Phenotype Ontology
- Annotating LOINC codes for CD2H