Antoine Snijders investigates how the interplay of genetics and environment affect the development of cancer. He is an expert in studying human disease using a combination of specially bred mouse models and omics (the total pool of molecules produced by an organism), and often collaborates with other scientists who need an effective way to examine a disease of interest. Snijders is also part of the Berkeley Lab team that has pioneered research into the effects of thirdhand smoke.
- Laser, biosciences researchers combine efforts to study viruses in droplets
- The Links Between Microbiome and Memory
- Third-hand smoke found to increase lung cancer risk in mice
cancer, disease, genetics, epigenetic, genome, omics, smoking, thirdhand smoke, tobacco