Big-data genetics analysis leads to insight on autism
October 20, 2015
Professor Olga Troyanskaya, of Princeton's Computer Science department and Genomics institute, has a new way to study how tissues function, based on an automated algorithm to synthesize 38,000 sets of genomic experiments done by others to create a tool that shows how the genes in 144 human tissues work. Her lab's map of the brain is helping Troyanskaya understand autism. Full story here.