Computational tools to enlighten dark areas of cancer genetics

Xiaosong Wang, associate professor in pathology and biomedical Informatics, leads the Computational Genomics and Translational Cancer Biology lab in the Pitt Cancer Institute. This unified computational and wet laboratory explores cancer genomics using next generation sequencing and genome profiling in a multidisciplinary approach uniting researchers in bioinformatics, genetics, and molecular and cell biology. The lab’s guiding principle is translational “bench to bedside” research – transforming genomic data into precision medicine to battle cancers, particularly breast cancer.

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