A father, husband, and member of the Osler Medical Housestaff Training Program (PGY-2) at the the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD.
My thesis research focused on the role of inherited genetic variations in human cancer.
We aimed to identify new variants associated with cancer predisposition and clinical outcome using high-throughput genomic approaches. This work is part of a global effort to better understand the biological pathways that is important for cancer initiation and progression.
- A replication study and genome-wide scan of single-nucleotide polymorphisms associated with pancreatic cancer risk and overall survival. Clinical Cancer Research (2012)
- Successes of genome-wide association studies. Cell (2010)
- Mammalian mirtron genes. Molecular Cell (2007)
- The WTM genes in budding yeast amplify expression of the stress-inducible gene RNR3. Genetics (2006)