A new study shows that a pioneering initiative to prevent shaken baby syndrome was associated with a 35-per-cent reduction in the number of children under two admitted to B.C. hospitals with shaking-related injuries.
My research focuses on improving the understanding of how chromosomal abnormalities result in an abnormal phenotype (e.g. cancer, malformations, or intellectual disability). I am also interested in the applications of genomics to the area of clinical diagnosis.
2011/9-2016/9 Rare Obesity Disorders Informing Common Disease, CIHR Operating Grant; Co-investigator (PI: William Gibson)
2010/9-2011/9 Rare Obesity Disorders Informing Common Disease, CIHR Operating Grant INMD Start-up Funds; Co-investigator (PI: William Gibson)Research Group Members
David Chai, Clinical Laboratory Technologist
Bonnie Tsang, Technical Coordinator
Kathryn Hepburn, cytogenetics technologist
Tenzin Sperl, Clinical Trainee
Jisoo Youm, Clinical Trainee
Tommy Cheng, Lab Technologist
Jisoo Youm, BCIT student