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CBMG Laboratory Resources

CBMG is directed by Vikas Chandhole, co-Dean of the College of Sciences at George Mason University. The CBMG studies the genomic basis of disease by determining differences in gene expression between diseased tissue and normal tissue. The Center uses genomic microarray printers to develop slides containing all the genes for a given organism whether it is mouse, fruit fly, zebra fish or human. Research has focused on the genomic basis of fibrosis, obesity and cancer. Collaborations include work with INOVA Healthcare Systems.


The Center for Biomedical Genomics
Room 182 Discovery Hall, MSN 4D7
10900 University Blvd
Manassas VA, 20110

Last updated 07/21/2006
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