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I am also interested in clinical research determining the sensitivity and specificity of various elements of the history and physical examination.
This component of discovery is an essential element in our overall psychosocial/spiritual understanding of the people in our care as well as cancer's impact on their lives.
., conducts research on biomedical terminologies and ontologies, data standards, and clinical study common data elements.
Buntrock has been active in the cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid (caBIG) Vocabularies & Common Data Elements and Architecture workspaces, the National Center for Biomedical Ontology , and the Health Level Seven Common Terminology S...
Finite element analysis for simulation of prosthetic deployment.
Other active spine projects in the lab include predictive models of spinal fracture in osteoporosis (validation of finite element analysis) and the imaging of taut bands in painful muscles using magnetic resonance elastography.
My research goals are: Identifying novel strategies to protect critical elements of the lymphatic system during primary cancer treatments; and facilitating lymphatic healing in order to reduce risk of developing secondary lymphedema.
We are addressing this problem using different experimental models that range in scale from whole animals to structural elements of individual cells.
Wang's research focuses on using genome-wide approaches to study how the AR interacts with cis-regulatory DNA elements, trans-regulatory protein factors as well as the epigenetic environments during prostate cancer development and pr...
., leads Mayo Clinic's Functional Epigenomics Laboratory , where he combines advanced sequencing techniques to profile the epigenomic landscape at a single-cell level, mostly focusing on enhancer elements, or enhancers.
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