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  • Brief Introduction

    Well, alright, I should probably be working on a manuscript or two, or processing some sequences, but I'll take a quick shot at an introduction:

    I'm currently a graduate student at the BC Genome Sciences Centre, in Vancouver, BC, working towards a PhD in bioinformatics. My focus is on the use of Illumina/Solexa sequencing to identify mutations/pathways/genes involved in the development of cancers (primarily breast cancer). I've also been involved in several other projects, including transcriptome analysis, ChIP-Seq analysis and even a bit of aligner work.

    I currently have software developed in Java (cross-platform) to work on all of these different experiment types, and I'm slowly releasing them once they reach some semblance of maturity.

    I also blog on the topic of next-gen sequencing, on occasion, on my blog at fejes.ca.

    Cheers!

    Anthony
    The more you know, the more you know you don't know. —Aristotle

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