Associate Professor of Biostatistics
Ph.D. Biostatistics. 2007.
M.S. Biomathematics. 2000.
Dr. Sartor’s laboratory focuses on developing methods and tools for analysis and interpretation of genomic and epigenomic data. This includes methods for analyzing ChIP-Seq and genome-wide bisulfite sequencing data, and methods for functional enrichment testing for ChIP-Seq (regulatory and epigenomic) data. The lab’s main biological focus is cancer, concentrating on oral cancers. Research ranges from developing statistical and bioinformatics methods to analysis and interpretation of experimental omics data to development of web-based bioinformatics tools.