Program for the Human Environment
The Rockefeller University
Cameron's research interests are rooted in informatics based approaches aimed at understanding biological and clinical questions. He has collaborated on publications in the areas of combinatorial fusion for the purposes of microarray analysis, genome-to-disease interaction mapping, and visual sensory cognition.
At the Program for the Human Environment, Cameron handles programming and design for the Klee indicator vector software project, used for visualizing large nucleotide sequence datasets.
When not generating software, Cameron produces art. His paintings and drawings of hybrid animals can regularly be found in galleries around Manhattan and Brooklyn.
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