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Jeanette E. Eckel Passow, Ph.D., evaluates the genetics of cancer, with a particular emphasis on brain and kidney cancers. She is a principal investigator on an R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop and evaluate MRI-based machine-learning models and polygenic risk models for the differential diagnosis of indeterminate brain lesions. In addition to developing and evaluating statistical methods for omics data, she has extensive statistical consulting experience in clinical, translational and basic science research.
Dr. Eckel Passow's research efforts will lead to a better understanding of the susceptibility of adult diffuse glioma, which may help with differential diagnosis of indeterminate brain lesions.
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