Our research group develops computational methods for the analysis of high throughput cancer genomics data. We use machine learning techinques to develop statistical models to infer genomic abnormalities from next generation sequencing data and high-density genotyping arrays. Our group works in conjunction with Dr. David Huntsman and Dr. Sam Aparicio who lead ovarian cancer and breast cancer research respectively at the BC Cancer Agency. We focus on the analysis of clinical samples with the goal of detecting genetic abnormalities in tumour genome that might be developed into diagnostics, prognostics or novel therapeutic targets. See our publications page for recent papers. Most of our software is released under an open source license and is free to download.

Now hiring: Software Developer

TITLE: Software developer POSITION REPORTS TO: Principal Investigator JOB NUMBER: 2014SS01 If interested, please send a CV, cover letter, and contact information for three references to CareersMolOnc [at] bccrc [dot] ca, and quote job number 2014SS01 in the subject line. JOB SUMMARY: A position is available to develop cutting-edge web-based visualization software in a world-class […]