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Research

The overarching goal of research in the Reif Lab is to understand the complex interactions between human health and the environment.

To accomplish this goal, we focus on developing bioinformatical/statistical methods, visual analytics, experimental design, and software for the integrated analysis of high-dimensional, multi-scale data from diverse sources.

Data sources include epidemiological studies of human health, high-throughput screening (HTS) of environmental chemicals, in vitro studies, and model organisms.