Cancer Genomics Core

Overview

The Cancer Genomics Core (CGC) of the Comprehensive Cancer Center of Wake Forest University (CCCWFU) is an NCI supported laboratory that provides comprehensive genomic, transcriptomic and epigenomic profiling analyses for research and diagnostic purposes.

Mission 

The CGC provides technical and analytical expertise in genomics research to facilitate high-impact translational science, basic research, and clinical diagnostics. The CGC provides faculty with comprehensive and cost-competitive genetic analyses focused on Next Generation sequencing (NGS), DNA microarray technologies and bioinformatics solutions.

Directors

The CGC is co-directed by Lance D. Miller, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Cancer Biology and Gregory A. Hawkins, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine Research.

Location

The CGC laboratories are located in Hanes 4026/4028 and NRC 311-316.

2015 Research Core Symposium Presentation

Presentation Slides

Quick Reference

Cancer Genomics Core
Director
Lance D. Miller, PhD

336-716-6017

ldmiller@wakehealth.edu

Director
Gregory Hawkins, PhD

336-713-7511

ghawkins@wakehealth.edu

Technical Staff
Lou Craddock

336-716-5103

lcraddoc@wakehealth.edu

Wei Cui

336-713-7141

wcui@wakehealth.edu

Dr. Jeff Chou

336-713-1156

jchou@wakehealth.edu

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