440 Huntington Avenue
310D West Village H
Boston, MA 02115
ATTN: Predrag Radivojac, 202WH
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115-5000
- BS in Electrical Engineering, University of Novi Sad
- MS in Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade
- PhD in Computer and Information Sciences, Temple University
Predrag Radivojac joined Northeastern University as a Professor in the Khoury College of Computer Sciences. Prior to joining Northeastern he was a Professor of Computer Science at Indiana University Bloomington and Associate Chair in the Department of Computer Science.
Prof. Radivojac’s primary research interests include computational biology and machine learning. He is motivated to improve our understanding of life at a molecular level and how molecular events affect higher level phenotypes. His group addresses such questions through the development of algorithms and analysis techniques related to the function of biological macromolecules, mass spectrometry proteomics, genome interpretation, and precision health; e.g., he is interested in elucidating the molecular mechanisms of disease consequent to genetic variation. In the area of machine learning, Prof. Radivojac’s research addresses foundational and applied problems in semi-supervised learning, structured-output learning, and active learning, and investigates topics such as kernels and distance functions (e.g., metrics) across data types and analysis techniques. He is also interested in performance evaluation of machine learning algorithms, especially in the hierarchical structured-output domains and cases of selection bias that often arise in the open world setting.
Prof. Radivojac received the National Science Foundation CAREER Award in 2007 and is an August-Wilhelm Scheer Visiting Professor at Technical University of Munich (TUM) as well as an honorary member of the Institute for Advanced Study at TUM. Prof. Radivojac co-directed all of data sciences and informatics within the multi-campus Precision Health Initiative of Indiana University. He is currently an Editorial Board member for the journal Bioinformatics, Associate Editor for PLoS Computational Biology, and serves his third (elected) term on the Board of Directors of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB).