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Advanced biomedical research requires systems biology approaches where bioinformatics and computation biology play an important role. The primary research interest of the Laboratory of Computational Functional Genomics is the development of methods for the analysis and integration of omics data to understand underlying mechanisms of disease, facilitate the generation of testable hypotheses, and identify potential therapeutics in human and animal studies. We are also interested in modeling host-microbiome interactions to understand how they shape the wellness or disease of the human body.

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Richard and Loan Hill Department of Biomedical Engineering, 835 South Wolcott Avenue, CSN, Suite W100, Rm.164E, Chicago, Illinois 60612