Tamas Gal, Ph.D.
Director, Cancer Informatics Core
Research program member: Cancer Prevention and Control
1200 E. Clay St.
Richmond, VA 23298
Assistant Professor, Biostatistics, School of Medicine
MS, University of West Hungary, Hungary (2004)
MS, University of Maryland (2006)
PhD, University of Maryland (2011)
I am interested in disparities research related to cultural and religious constraints. My informatics research interests include natural language processing, image informatics, and bioinformatics. I am also interested in building a comprehensive precision medicine infrastructure at VCU.
Bioinformatics,Cancer disparities,Cancer education,Clinical trials,Community health,Community outreach,Genomics,Imaging,Precision medicine,Prevention/population health,Screening,Translational science