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Noor Us Subah

About Me

Hello and welcome! I’m Noor, the Bioinformatician. I hold a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Bioinformatics from the National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST). Specializing in Translational Bioinformatics, I’ve dedicated my career to tahe intersection of computational biology, data science, and bioinformatics.

Research Interests

My journey into the world of Isoform Switching began during my Master’s research, where I delved deep into the study of one gene with multiple isoforms and its role in cancers. This experience ignited a passion in me to explore the complexities of alternative splicing events in gene expression. Understanding these mechanisms has the potential to revolutionize how we approach personalized medicine and targeted therapies.

Another area that captivates my scientific curiosity is the Human Gut Microbiome. The complex interplay between our gut flora and overall health is a burgeoning field that promises to shed light on everything from digestive disorders to mental health.

Latest Endeavors

Recently, I’ve ventured into the realm of Flow Cytometry, a technique that allows us to sort and analyze multiple physical characteristics of a single cell, in real-time, as it flows in a fluid stream. To make the most of this technology, we employ advanced data analysis tools and techniques, enabling us to extract meaningful insights from complex Flow Cytometry data.

Current Work

I am currently involved in the data analysis of Immune profiling samples using OMIQ. This work focuses on understanding the immune landscape and its implications in various health conditions.



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