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Dr. Schwartz works broadly on models and simulations of biological systems, including work in computational genomics, phylogenetics, population genetics, and biophysics. The largest area of his lab’s work in recent years has been computational cancer biology, with specific focus on algorithmic development related to clonal evolution in cancers and resulting tumor heterogeneity. His lab also pursues work in stochastic simulation, with primary focus on models and model inference methods for simulating complex self-assembly dynamics.
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