Dr. Adi Steif is an assistant professor in the Department of Medical Genetics at the University of British Columbia (UBC) and a scientist at the BC Cancer Research Institute. After receiving her PhD at UBC, she undertook postdoctoral research at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute and European Bioinformatics Institute. She was a member of the inaugural class of Schmidt Science Fellows and was awarded a Junior Research Fellowship at Trinity College, University of Cambridge.
Adi returned to UBC and BC Cancer to start her own research group, focusing on computational method development for high-throughput cancer genomics. Her team collaborates with molecular biologists, engineers and clinicians to advance single cell measurement technologies and apply new analytical tools to study tumour composition, disease progression and therapeutic resistance.
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