Ekta Khurana: Data Comes Together | GenomeWeb

Ekta Khurana: Data Comes Together
Associate research scientist, Gerstein group, Yale University
Recommended by Mark Gerstein, Yale University

Khurana.jpegOmic techniques are producing torrents of data, and Ekta Khurana is harnessing that flood to figure out what certain noncoding variants do.

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