Researchers at the Pacific Northwest Research Institute (PNRI) use computational biology to collaborate on some of the biggest questions in genetics. To understand the complex data involved in genetic research, our computational biologists create new mathematical models to uncover connections within biological systems.
Meet PNRI Scientist: Surabhi Maheshwari, PhD
Surahbi Maheshwari, PhD works in PNRI’s Galas Lab applying smart algorithms to big cancer datasets
Bioinformatics Holds the Promise of Developing Personalized Treatment for Cancer Patients
Information Theory: Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Dataset? Not Us.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation offered a grant for the Galas Lab to use the new approach to analyze large sets of childhood development data.
ExRNA: Mom Said, “You Are What You Eat.” She Was More Right than She Knew
Some of our exRNA is human, but some of it is from corn, rice, and other foods we eat.
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