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Feng Yue, PhD

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Director, Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine -

Center for Advanced Molecular Analysis

Duane and Susan Burnham Professor of Molecular Medicine

Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics and Pathology

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

 

Dr. Yue is the founding director of the Center for Cancer Genomics at the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University, director of the Center for Advanced Molecular Analysis at Northwestern Institute for Augmented Intelligence in Medicine, the Duane and Susan Burnham Professor of Molecular Medicine, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, and Professor of Pathology. He serves in the editorial board of Genome Research and Science Advances.

The main research area for Dr. Yue's group is to use modern genomic technologies, machine learning, and CRISPR genome editing to identify biomarkers and investigate the impact of genetic variants in human cancers.  Dr. Yue has been an active member of several large NIH funded consortia, including the ENCODE, Roadmap/Epigenomics, and 4D Nucleome projects. During the period, he lead the integrative analysis effort for the mouse ENCODE consortium. Currently, he is serving as co-chair for the Integrative Analysis Workgroup in the 4D Nucleome Project. He also Co-chairs the Steering Committee of the NIH Impact of Genomic Variation on Function Consortium (IGVF).

(Source: Northwestern University)

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