Computational Biology group develops algorithms and computational models to address biomedical research problems. The group’s aim is to uncover the molecular basis of human cancers and to generate new avenues for treatment and diagnostics. To reach this goal we integrate both experimental and computational expertise within our research group.

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We are hiring! Looking for researchers and engineers interested in developing liquid biopsy technologies for guiding cancer treatment. See more info and application instructions at: Feel free to retweet.

Some lighter reading for the weekend: our postdoc @elisa_vuorinen writes in @CoEinTG blog about our wetlab researchers' #codingcamp effort to learn #NGS analysis.

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