Yi Qiao, PhD, in the Department of Human Genetics and the USTAR Center for Genetic Discovery uses a computer algorithm to help clinicians treat cancer more effectively.
Watch this American Heart Association video of U of U researchers discussing the importance of understanding the causes of congenital heart disease.
Researchers at the U of U, in collaboration with Janssen Research and Development LLC, search genetic clues to better understand the relationship between suicidal behavior and psychiatric conditions.
Drs. Gabor Marth and Martin Tristani-Firouzi use a software tool, iobio, to assist doctors with providing clinical care based on information found within their patient’s DNA.
The Quinlan Laboratory is using the diminutive MinION genome sequencing device to study viral genome evolution.
Dr. Yandell and Dr. Quinlan from the USTAR Center for Genetic Discovery were awarded a grant from the American Heart Association to use innovative data science technologies to uncover the genetic and environmental causes of congenital heart disease.