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Research and Facilities

Jack Tseng, PhD.

Research in the Department of Pathology & Anatomical Sciences aims to obtain mechanistic understanding and predictive power through analysis of molecular, cellular and organismal structure.

Advanced computational tools allow mining of vast amounts of information that is embedded in biological structure and dynamics at a variety of levels ranging from human gross anatomy down to the microscopic behavior of cells and organelles. Furthermore, computational methods permit integration across large and diverse datasets, such as images and "-omics" databases, in order to develop new predictive models, diagnoses and treatments, and to advance basic understanding of human biology.

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Our faculty have interests in a variety of areas.
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We share our research studies with physicians and scientists worldwide through publications in leading academic journals. View a listing of our faculty’s most recent publications.
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We receive funding from a variety of sources that recognize the value of our high-impact research.
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Specialized clinics and laboratories support our faculty’s active research programs and provide training opportunities for students, residents and fellows.
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