Wednesday, November 1
5:30 – 8:00
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If you’re interested in computational biology, don’t miss this panel!
Scott Zuyderduyn BSc (Hon.) ’99 (Biology & Chemistry), PhD Candidate, BC Cancer Research
Scott graduated from UBC in 1999 with a B.Sc.(Hon.) in Biology & Chemistry. He worked at Canada’s Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre as a computational biologist for a year and half, and then took up management responsibility for a division of staff involved in gene expression bioinformatics. He returned to UBC as a PhD student in January, 2004. Scott is currently undertaking graduate study at the BC Cancer Research Centre, jointly with its Dept. of Cancer Genetics and the UBC Dept. of Biochemistry. His research focuses on finding computational approaches to identify genetic factors that influence response to chemotherapy.