All papers were published after joining Rutgers.

Five representative papers in toxicology

1. Russo D P, Strickland, J, Karmaus A L, Wang W, Shende S, Hartung T, Aleksunes L M, Zhu H* Non-animal models for acute toxicity evaluations: applying data-driven profiling and read-across. Environ. Health Perspect. 2019; (127) 47001.

2. Ciallella, H, Zhu H* Advancing Computational Toxicology in the Big Data Era by Artificial Intelligence: Data-Driven and Mechanism-Driven Modeling for Chemical Toxicity. Chem. Res. Tox. 2019; (32) 536−547.

3. Kim M, Huang R, Sedykh A, Zhang J, Xia M, Zhu H* Mechanism profiling liver toxicants by using antioxidant response element assay data model and public big data. Environ. Health Perspect. 2016; (124) 634-641.

4. Zhang J, Hsieh J, Zhu H* Profiling animal toxicants by automatically mining public bioassay data: a big data approach for computational toxicology. PLOS ONE 2014; (9) e99863

5. Zhu H*, Zhang J, Kim M, Boison A, Sedykh A, Moran K Big Data in Chemical Toxicity Research: the Use of High-Throughput Screening Assays to Identify Potential Toxicants. Chem. Res. Tox. 2014; (27) 1643-1651


Five representative papers in other informatics areas

1. Wang W, Sedykh A, Sun H, Zhao L, Russo D P, Zhou H, Yan B, Zhu H* Predicting Nano-bio Interactions by Integrating Nanoparticle Libraries and Quantitative Nanostructure Activity Relationship Modeling. ACS Nano, 2017; (11) 12641-12649.

2. Zhang L, Tan J, Han D, Zhu H* From machine learning to deep learning: progress in machine intelligence for rational drug discovery. Drug Discov Today, 2017; (22) 1680-1685.

3. Russo D P, Kim M, Wang W, Pinolini D, Shende S, Strickland J, Hartung T, Zhu H* CIIPro: A new read-across portal to fill data gaps using public large scale chemical and biological data. Bioinformatics, 2017; (33) 464-466.

4. Wang W, Kim M, Sedykh A, Zhu H* Developing enhanced blood-brain barrier permeability models: Integrating external bio-assay data in QSAR modeling. Pharm. Res. 2015; (32) 3055-3065.

5. Kim M, Sedykh A, Chakravarti S K, Saiakhov R D, and Zhu H* Critical Evaluation of Human Oral Bioavailability for Pharmaceutical Drugs by Using Various Cheminformatics Approaches. Pharm. Res. 2014; (31) 1002-1014
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