Rachel Myers
Research Scientist

I am a bioinformatician cross trained as biostatistician and research scientist with the Duke Center for Applied Genomics and Precision Medicine. In this role, I co-lead a team of bioinformaticians, biostatisticians, and data scientists in supporting the data and quantitative research needs of CAGPM. 

I am interested in genomic translational research and enjoy studying all aspects of genomic translation, from the discovery of new signatures and biomarkers of drug or infection exposure through the implementation of genomics interventions in the clinical setting. I enjoy the complex analysis of "Omic datasets and generating new knowledge. My favorite part of the analysis is when all the clinical and 'omic datasets come together and I can start exploring the data. On the other end of the spectrum, I enjoy watching data accumulate for a clinical trial and preparing for testing the primary and secondary endpoints as well as designing new ways to use the data. 


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