Development of a knowledgebase to enable streamlined analysis and interpretation of NGS data from pediatric leukemia cohorts

Twenty years ago, the first human genome was sequenced at a cost of 3 billion dollars. Today, this can be done in a day at a cost of approximately $1000. Despite this drastic reduction, the promise of personalized medicine, to customize therapy for each patient, has not yet been realized through next generation sequencing (NGS). While sequencing is becoming a commodity, the data analysis remains a significant challenge. Streamline Genomics addresses these challenges by providing clinicians with a powerful and user-friendly analysis platform. The goal of this project is to improve this platform to allow doctors to interact with a simple, intuitive, interface that leverages the wealth of cancer genomics information available, allowing them to rapidly access the most relevant results of their clinical genomic sequencing. TO BE CONT’D

Faculty Supervisor:

François Dragon


Ludovic Malet


Streamline Genomics




Health care and social assistance


Université du Québec à Montréal



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