Methods Towards Precision Medicine

Over the past decade, new and more powerful omic tools have been applied to the study of complex disease, such as cancer and generated a myriad of complex data. However, our general ability to analyse this data lags far behind our ability to produce it. This project is to develop computational methods that helps towards identify disease pathways and deliver better prediction of outcome. This project could also investigate whether it is possible to establish the patient- or sample-specific accuracy by integrating public repository of multiomics data.

Samantha Chew

The University of Sydney

Samantha Chew is a third-year research student at the University of Sydney who works under Professor Jean Yang’s supervision. Samantha is seeking to apply her data analysis skills to better understand the importance of data in modern society and its power to impact our world. Currently, Samantha is interested in the medical research field, but she is open for new challenges beyond.

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