Clinical research in radiation oncology is increasingly dependent on data from biological correlates such as tissue and liquid biopsies. These specimens can offer a wealth of information on genetic variation, gene expression, and cancer immunology. They measure and describe treatment effects, resistance, and minimal residual disease.
The faculty and staff of the Cancer Biology Division have expertise in all aspects of biological correlate testing. We can provide guidance and assistance with experimental design, specimen processing, wet bench, bioinformatics, and downstream statistics and data visualization.
For specific questions, please contact Jeff Szymanski, Division Bioinformatics Scientist.
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