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Steven Hill

Postdoctoral Fellow

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Math, University of Warwick (UK), 2007PhD, Statistics and Complexity Science, Warwick, 2012 Aberrations in signaling pathways play an important role in many aspects of cancer biology. Therefore the ability to infer signaling networks specific to genetic and epigenetic context in a data-driven manner is important for better understanding disease mechanisms, response to therapy and resistance. My current project involves the development and application of scalable statistical approaches for the identification of context-specific signaling networks and methods for systematic assessment of network inference methodology.

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