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E-scape is a suite of three visualization tools (CellScape, TimeScape, MapScape) to analyze cell population dynamics in cancer. It aided researchers at BC Cancer to interpret single cell genomics data and examine how cancer cells evolve over time and across different locations in the body. 


My contributions to E-scape included:


  • Academic supervision: Co-supervised UBC student Maia Smith together with Sohrah Shah and E-scape was her Master's thesis project.

  • Visualization design: Provided guidance and advice throughout the design process.

The E-scape scientific paper was published in Nature Methods. 

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