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Melinda Miller

Research Technologist

I received a BSc. in cell and molecular biology from SFU in 2002. I then went on to complete the post-graduate program in Clinical Genetics at BCIT. I joined GPEC in October of 2003 as a research technologist. My responsibilities at GPEC include performing fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) on tissue microarrays to look for genetic abnormalities such as gene amplifications and translocations. I also perform other molecular cytogenetic techniques including bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) array comparative genomic hybridization (aCGH) to verify FISH results and provide high resolution mapping of specific regions on chromosomes.

Principal Investigators
  • C. Blake Gilks
  • David Huntsman
  • Torsten Nielsen
  • Team
  • Christine Chow
  • Dave Voduc
  • Dongxia (Doris) Gao
  • Jennifer Choo
  • Niki Boyd
  • Samuel Leung
  • Sherman Lau
  • Alumni
  • Alessandro DeLuca
  • Andy Chan
  • Ashish Rajput
  • Blaise Clarke
  • Challayne Smith
  • Cindy Ruttan
  • Diana Ionescu
  • Dmitry Turbin
  • Dustin Thomson
  • Edward Lee
  • Erika Mehl
  • Erika Yorida
  • Hamid Masoudi
  • Jen Born
  • Jenny Cromarty
  • Jon Carrick
  • Krista Marcon
  • Maggie Cheang
  • Makoto Endo
  • Martin Koebel
  • Melinda Miller
  • Nicholas Au
  • Nikita Makretsov
  • Sonja Steigen
  • Steve Kalloger
  • Vlady Pavlova
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