Michor Laboratory

The Michor lab is interested in cancer evolution through the use of integrative data science, experimental, clinical, and population science approaches. We develop methodology to develop, analyze, and integrate diverse data types and design predictive algorithms using approaches from applied mathematics, statistics, bioinformatics, and machine learning.

NEWS

Genomic analysis of early-stage lung cancer reveals a role for TP53 mutations in distant metastasis

Van Egeren D, Kohli K, Warner JL, Bedard PL, Riely G, Lepisto E, Schrag D, LeNoue-Newton M, Catalano P, Kehl KL, Michor F, for the AARC Project GENIE Consortium

Published in Scientific Reports: November 9, 2022.

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Contact

Christina Noonan (Michor Lab Assistant)
cnoonan@ds.dfci.harvard.edu
Department of Data Science
Mailstop CLS-11007
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
450 Brookline Ave
Boston, MA 02215, USA