Trevor Pugh, PhD, FACMG

I lead a translational genomics program with the goals of 1) linking cancer genome alterations to clinical outcome; 2) monitoring shifts in cancer and immune cell populations during treatment; and 3) enabling comprehensive genomics as a routine medical test. To achieve these goals, we profile tumours and blood using cell-free DNA, immune repertoire, single-cell and whole-genome sequencing. We also develop software to share these data around the world. Our work advances the knowledgebase and infrastructure necessary to deliver genomic medicine to cancer patients worldwide.

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Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Biophysics, University of Toronto
Lead, Clinical Genomics Program, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre