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I am the founding director of the 'Omics Data Analysis Core Facility at Duke University, which is located in the Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy. I have a PhD in Human Genetics and a MS in Biostatistics from the University of Pittsburgh; throughout my graduate tenure I worked in the field sequence analysis, often utilizing data generated by high-throughput genomic technologies. I then spent the next four years as a postdoctoral associate at Duke, specializing in the analysis of next-generation sequencing data for a variety of different projects.
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I am the founding director of the 'Omics Data Analysis Core Facility at Duke University, which is located in the Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy. Our facility is responsible assisting in, or performing, the analysis of data generated by any of the other cores here at the University; this includes next-gen sequencing, microarray, and proteomics.

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I am the founding director of the 'Omics Data Analysis Core Facility at Duke University, which is located in the Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy. Our facility is responsible assisting in, or performing, the analysis of data generated by any of the other cores here at the University; this includes next-gen sequencing, microarray, and proteomics.