In my PhD ('An assessment of systems for gene/protein named entity recognition and interaction extraction') I have dealt with biomedical text mining: assessing its current state-of-the art, by examining various freely available systems that can be used to tackle this important task of mining the enormous body of biomedical literature.
This PhD was done under supervision of Dr. Adrian Shepherd at Birkbeck College, University of London.
I am currently working as a postdoctoral research fellow on the AFOSR funded project : 'Cognitive vulnerability following extended wakefullness in defined genotypes'.
I am working in the microarray lab with Prof. Colin Smith .
The project is a joint project between the University of Surrey and the Surrey Sleep Research Centre
Kabiljo, R., Clegg, A.B., Shepherd, A.J. (2009). A realistic assessment of methods for extracting gene/protein interactions from free text. BMC Bioinformatics 10:233
Kabiljo, R., Shepherd, A. (2008). Protein name tagging in the immunological domain. In Proceedings of the Third Symposium on Semantic Mining in Biomedicine (SMBM 2008), Turku, Finland, September 2008, 141-144
Kabiljo, R., Stoycheva, D., Shepherd, A.J. (2007). ProSpecTome: a new tagged corpus for protein named entity recognition. In Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the ISMB BioLINK Special Interest Group on Text Data Mining, Vienna, Austria, July 2007, 24-27