Abnormalities in DNA methylation have been linked to a number of health conditions and there’s now growing interest in the role this plays in Parkinson’s… Read more »
Yu-Hsuan (Amanda) Chuang is a postdoctoral scholar at the UCLA Epidemiology department. Her research focuses on the application of human genomics to complex diseases and traits, using novel bioinformatics tools. Amanda’s PhD training took place at the interface between experimental science and public health, which allowed her to gain knowledge in systems biology and develop expertise in computational analysis of high-dimensional data.
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- Towards early diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease: the role of DNA methylation - 30th August 2017