ENGG 390 Reports (MEM Students)

Degree Program


Year of Graduation


Faculty Advisor

John Harris

Document Type


Publication Date

Fall 9-12-2018


Research in cancer treatment has the most pressing need for accurate and meaningful data, delivered in a timely manner. There is no room for erroneous data for analysis by clinicians and researchers. Dana-Farber recognizes this importance and wants to ensure that the end users have access to high quality data to produce the best results. To supplement this need, I identified the weaknesses in the pipeline responsible for data inconsistencies, analyzed the genomics data for inaccuracies, corrected the data and presented a roadmap for the implementation of a technique that ensures steady data counts across systems in the future.

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