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Gavin R. Oliver, M.S., researches the novel application of omics techniques to the study of genetic and genomic disease. Mr. Oliver operates as bioinformatics lead within the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine, where his major focus is on improving the diagnosis of rare undiagnosed disease. His previous work within academia and industry has focused on genomic and transcriptomic studies of cancer.
Mr. Oliver's work has the potential to expedite and improve the diagnosis of rare genetic disease, elucidating mechanisms of pathogenicity and opening new avenues toward improved patient care, treatment and quality of life.
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