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Computational Oncology

The Computational Oncology Service is an academic home for investigators focused on clinical-translational genomics research. The Service aims to synthesize expertise in computational biology, cancer biology, and clinical oncology and is therefore closely aligned with the research activities of several translationally focused centers at the institution, foremost among them the Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis Center for Molecular Oncology (CMO) and the Center for Hematological Malignancies.

Next-generation sequencing has enabled scientists to collect an astonishing amount of data about the genomes of both normal and cancerous cells. Through computational oncology, our investigators are creating tools that enable them to navigate and analyze this vast quantity of information and translate molecular insights into treatments that can benefit patients.