Dr. Shah is the Chief of Computational Oncology in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. His laboratory studies tumor evolution - primarily in genomically unstable cancers. This encompasses uncovering the root causes of tumor initiation, drug resistance and metastasis through single cell approaches, computational modeling and the theoretical principles of evolution. His lab has pioneered computational methods and single cell technologies to enable advances in understanding drug resistance, immune selective pressures and mutational processes - primarily in breast and ovarian cancer. In addition, since joining MSK he has led a new program in analyzing real-world data from patients including clinical genomics, digital pathology and radiology with AI and machine learning methods to develop predictive models for personalized medicine. Dr. Shah is a former Canada Research Chair, is a Susan G. Komen Scholar, and holds the Nicholls-Biondi Endowed Chair in Computational Oncology at MSK.
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Sohrab Shah discloses the following relationships and financial interests:
Professional Services and Activities
Imagia Canexia Health Inc.
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