Provides expert bioinformatics support for pediatric oncogenomics research. Collaborates with Oncology investigators to enhance understanding of cancer biology through in-depth computational analysis of genomic datasets obtained from primary cancer samples and experimental models. Applies known methods and/or develops novel computational and statistical methods to help analyze genomic data and associated information, including gene expression, SNP chip, array-CGH, epigenetic, microRNA and high-throughput sequencing data. Assists in building necessary software infrastructure and tools to facilitate analysis. Assists in preparing and submitting manuscripts for publication and participates in independent bioinformatics research.
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