clinical NGS data
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Katarina received her PhD in molecular bioscience at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Her graduate studies focused on using bioinformatics methods to identify disease causing mutations. Since human and dogs share many common disorders, as e.g. cancer and autoimmune disease, the dog was used as a model for human disease. The projects involved genome wide association studies that were followed by targeted Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) of associated regions.
In BILS, Katarina will work with guidance and advice in the analysis and interpretation of clinical NGS data and with development of infrastructure and pipelines for data management and analysis.