Our mission is to develop simple, quantitative, and cost-effective molecular technologies that can be applied to tackle fundamental questions in biology and biomedicine. Specifically, we are interested in developing means to accurately quantify genetic alterations, epigenetic modifications, and transcriptional programs at genome-wide scale and high spatial resolution in clinical tumor samples. In the long run, we aim at contributing to view cancers as complex ecosystems, and to incorporate multi-omic measurements of tumor diversity into clinical practice.
Nicola Crosetto, Principal Investigator (Oncology, Molecular Biology)
Silvano Garnerone, Project Leader (Physics)
Xiaolu Zhang, Postdoctoral Associate (Hematology, Molecular Biology)
Reza Mirzazadeh, PhD Student (Molecular Biology)
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