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Bishoy is completing his hematology-oncology fellowship at Weill-Cornell Medical College. His research interests include clinical applications of next generation sequencing for precision oncology.When he is not in the clinic or the lab, he is in a museum ,a bookstore or out on the golf course.He lives in New York City with his wife and three year old son.

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Making New Medicines: How Next Generation Sequencing Is Transforming Drug-Development

From Blanket-Bombing… During World War II, both allied and axis forces used saturation bombing in which thousands of pounds of explosives were dropped from bombers to cover and destroy everything in a large area. Before the advent of genomics, drug development followed the same idea. Medicines were developed to affect multiple mechanisms in the human…

18 Jul 2013 Genomics & Epigenetics