Daniel Rotroff, PhD

Assistant Professor
Department of Medicine
School of Medicine
Member
Cancer Prevention Control & Population Research Program
Case Comprehensive Cancer Center

Research Information

Research Interests

My lab focuses on using computational approaches to investigate and better understand the development and treatment of complex diseases. We use a wide range of computational and experimental approaches using -omics technologies to investigate many aspects of precision medicine, such as biomarker or risk allele discovery for both drug response and disease outcomes. We are currently working to develop non-invasive biomarker signatures detectable in the breath, blood, and saliva of patients that can provide early cancer detection or inform treatment response. 

External Appointments

Assistant Staff, Department of Quantitative Health Sciences
Cleveland Clinic

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