Sep 11, 2019

Improving genomic data analysis - from soybeans to humans

By Colette Gallagher @colettegallagher
Article by Colette Gallagher and Amy Clay-Moore When Daniel Wickland, Ph.D., was a predoctoral student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, he first worked to improve genomic data analysis for soybeans. But soon he shifted his focus, bringing his computer programming and informatics skills to work with Mayo Clinic and Illinois researchers to better understand [...]
Improving genomic data analysis - from soybeans to humans
Sep 3, 2019

Shotgun metagenomics: A promising new method toward diagnosing infections

By Sharon Rosen @sharonhrosen
Article by Christoph Bahn This article originally appeared on Mayo Clinic Laboratories Insights. Shotgun metagenomic sequencing (aka “shotgun metagenomics”) is a revolutionary new way to detect infectious organisms. Currently, this technology is undergoing validation for clinical testing in Mayo Clinic’s Clinical Microbiology Laboratory. By sequencing all of the DNA (or RNA in [...]
Shotgun metagenomics: A promising new method toward diagnosing infections
Aug 29, 2019

Gerstner awards boost research into rheumatoid arthritis, breast cancer

By Barbara J. Toman @barbaratoman
Creating tools to identify optimal treatments for rheumatoid arthritis and breast cancer are focuses of the 2019 Gerstner Family Career Development Awards. This year's awardees are Elena Myasoedova, M.D., Ph.D., a rheumatologist at Mayo Clinic's Minnesota campus and Bhavika Patel, M.D., a radiologist at Mayo's Arizona campus. Both researchers seek [...]
Gerstner awards boost research into rheumatoid arthritis, breast cancer

image-9fc5277bc29e

image-fc972d3e0b90

image-ca39d7b57670

image-ef80f045f0f3

image-ff1ad9a54cb7

image-eab6d42a67ca

image-58dfccd46526

Top Stories

Contact Us · Privacy Policy