RECENT LAB NEWS:|
06/01/2014: Garner Lab research in genomic markers for cancer risk assessment published in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment.
05/21/2014: A web server created to detect functional relationships among genes published in Nucleic Acids Research.
The Garner Lab environment is both wet and dry, and is occupied by multi-disciplinary scientists and trainees conducting cross-disciplinary basic, applied and translational research. The current focus areas of the Garner Lab are: whole genome measurement and analysis of microsatellites to elucidate their role in disease and as biomarkers; microarray technology development for genomic, security and forensic applications; text data mining for hypothesis generation, drug discovery, ethics and clinical EMR systems; and creation of tools for *omics data analysis and interpretation.
The lab has authored over 175 peer reviewed journal articles and books; has over 150 alumni (undergrads, grad students, post docs and med students); has developed technologies which are the basis for a number of spin out companies; and is/has been supported by a number of agencies, companies, foundations and internal funds.