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Tatiana Maroilley

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Biography

I am a post-doctoral associate in the Tarailo-Graovac Lab in the Departments of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, and Medical Genetics situated at the Cumming School of Medicine and Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute at the University of Calgary. The major goal of my research is to increase the discovery and the diagnostic success of high-throughput sequencing for rare disease patients via genome sequencing. Trained in multi-omics big data analyses (Universit√© Paris-Saclay), my research combines assessment and comprehensive integration of bioinformatics approaches to improve the detection of “all” classes of genome variants from whole genome sequencing data. I also teach Bioinformatics to undergraduate students through an innovative curriculum that gives students a real experience of research in a classroom. While not at work, I enjoy my time with my family and my giant dog, hiking, skiing, swimming, or ice skating – depending on the weather!

Discipline: Not Applicable

Centre: University of Calgary

Supervisors / Mentors: Dr Trailo-Graovac

Project Title: Improving the diagnosis rate for Canadian Indigenous children with rare disease by tailoring the analysis of whole genome sequencing

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