# User:Marshall Hampton

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# Gene regulation and systems physiology in mammalian hibernators | # Gene regulation and systems physiology in mammalian hibernators | ||

# Bioinformatics, particularly in AT-rich genomes of parasites such as P. falciparum | # Bioinformatics, particularly in AT-rich genomes of parasites such as P. falciparum | ||

- | # Celestial mechanics, dynamical systems, computational algebra and geometry | + | # Celestial mechanics, dynamical systems, computational (real) algebra and geometry |

- | # [[/Sage|Sage]] | + | # [[/Sage|Sage]] Open source mathematical software |

==Publications== | ==Publications== |

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## Contact Info

- Marshall Hampton
- University of Minnesota, Duluth
- Email: (first initial)hampton at d dot umn dot edu
- Blog: Neutral Drifts

I work in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Minnesota, Duluth. I am also a member there in the Integrated Biosciences program. I learned about OpenWetWare from Julius Lucks, and bioinformatics blogs, and I've joined because I would like to contribute to the awareness of the Sage computational platform..

## Education

- 2002, PhD, Mathematics, University of Washington
- 2000, MS, Mathematics, University of Washington
- 1994, BS in Mathematics and Physics, Stanford University

## Research interests

- Gene regulation and systems physiology in mammalian hibernators
- Bioinformatics, particularly in AT-rich genomes of parasites such as P. falciparum
- Celestial mechanics, dynamical systems, computational (real) algebra and geometry
- Sage Open source mathematical software

## Publications

- Hampton M and Andrews MT. . pmid:17459419.
My other papers are more mathematical in nature, and can be found on MathSciNet.