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Investigates how RNA splicing contributes to breast and ovarian cancer progression, metastasis and drug-resistance.
Researches genome informatics with a focus on gene ontology.
Researching the mechanisms of DNA damage detection and repair and their implications for cancer patients.
Bridging the digital biology divide, integrating computation with biomedical research.
NCI-designated Cancer Center with research laboratories studying cancer initiation and progression, cancer cell genomic architecture, cancer genome instability and repair, and more.
Professor, Knowlton Family Chair
The study of structural genomic variation in human biology, evolution and disease
Researching the fundamental genomics of breast cancer.
Models genome regulation using computational and statistical methods.
Professor and Associate Director of Computational Biology
Brain tumors, sequencing, computational biology.