David Haussler, left, and Joshua Stuart are among the professors honored by the Office of Research’s quarterly Inventor Recognition Program.
UCSC Office of Research | April 30, 2019
The invention describes a computational method for inferring the activity of the genetic circuitry inside cancerous cells. It bases its prediction on various types of genomics data collected from a patient’s tumor specimen and on the known network of interactions between the genetic molecules. Highly activated areas of the network provide clues about patient treatment.