Clues to disease in a sea of molecular data

Uma Chandran lives at the hub of bioinformatics at Pitt, helping connect a vast range of researchers with computational support and expertise, working closely with consultant Fangping Mu at the Center for Research Computing. Chandran, associate professor in biomedical informatics, coordinates resources that support dozens of genomic projects involving comparisons of normal and diseased cells in rare disorders, HIV, and several cancers -- lung, prostate, breast, and head and neck, among others.

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