Leyshock will begin with an overview of Computational Biology work at OHSU, then take a closer look at Tcell sequencing pipeline under development. The pipeline itself will be discussed, as well as its implications for cancer immunotherapies.
Dr. Leyshock is a Research Systems Engineer for the Computational Biology Program, leading data integration projects for several OHSU labs. Leyshock's analytic skills and diverse work experience make him a valuable asset to the Program. A Reed College graduate, Leyshock has earned both an M.A. from Arizona State University and a PhD in Computer Science from Portland State University. His doctoral dissertation research focused on tools and methods for analyzing arraystructured scientific data.
Computational biology, Oregon Health & Science University, Systems biology, T cells -- Receptors
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Leyshock, Patrick Michael, "Computational Biology and T-Cell Receptor Sequencing" (2016). Systems Science Friday Noon Seminar Series. 90.