Sohrab Shah & Sam Aparicio Decode Genetic Make-up of Triple Negative Breast Cancer


Sohrab Shah

UBC Computer Science Associate Member Sohrab Shah, together with a team of BC Cancer Agency scientists, have decoded the genetic make-up of the deadliest form of breast cancer.  Computer Science faculty member Irmtraud Meyer and her PhD student Rodrigo Goya also contributed to the Bioinformatics analysis pipeline of that data study. The result is published in Nature.

Here's the link to the BC Cancer Agency press release.

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