Katie Pollard, PhD, and her team develop statistical and computational methods to study genomes. Through their analysis and comparison, they cultivate a unique perspective on human health and disease.
In this episode of the Newton Series, she shared how big data allows for deep exploration of the human microbiome—the microbes that inhabit the human body—and how that yields insight into how our bodies work.
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