Biochemistry, Cancer Research, Chemistry, Nanotechnology Research
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Nanotechnology is fueling our exponentially growing knowledge of genome structure, populations, and ourselves. This new biology is melding computation with experimental systems that are increasingly miniature, comprehensive, information-dense, and capable of dealing with complexity. Within this environment we create fully-integrated systems for discovery and use them for uniquely revealing genome structure / function relationships, and the full spectrum of mutations in cancer genomes.