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Dr. Simon Gregory Duke University, USA1 Talk
Simon Gregory is applying his genomics experience from the mapping of the mouse genome and sequencing human chromosome 1, to elucidating the molecular mechanisms underlying multi-factorial diseases. His primary area of research involves the identification of the complex genetic factors that give rise to the development of cardiovascular disease and... read morethe detection of genes involved in multiple sclerosis. Dr. Gregory is also using high-resolution genomic microarrays for the discovery of chromosomal abnormalities and identification of epigenetic factors associated with human diseases such as cancer and autism.