Programs & Services
- Liver Fibrosis
- Pulmonary Fibrosis
I apply precision medicine approaches aimed at methods for early and noninvasive diagnostic assays, individualized treatment strategies in the clinical management of disease, and identification of targets for the development of new and improved therapeutics. My research program is designed to achieve an enhanced mechanistic understanding of complex disease processes, with a primary focus on fibrosis across all organs. We work with patient populations using state-of-the-art laboratory approache, including high throughput sequencing of DNA, RNA, and noncoding RNA, in vitro model systems, functional genomics, and global DNA methylation analysis, to address important gaps in our understanding of disease pathogenesis and directly impact unmet clinical needs.
Specialties: Genetics, epigenetics, genomics, functional validation, drug discovery, new targets, biomarkers
||Kent State University, PhD
||National Institutes of Health, Fellowship
American Diabetes Association, American Society of Human Genetics, American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases
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