The Mangul Lab at USC
Mangul Lab is part of the Titus Department of Clinical Pharmacy at USC School of Pharmacy. Our research aims to design, develop and apply novel and robust data-driven, computational approaches that will accelerate the diffusion of genomics and biomedical data into translational research and education.
Computational data-driven research
Computational data-driven research focuses on developing and applying computational methods across various types of omics datasets. Such research is performed in a new type of laboratory, often called a dry lab. Our team designs, develops and applies novel and robust data-driven, computational approaches that will accelerate the diffusion of genomics and biomedical data into translational research and education.
Rigor and reproducibility in biomedical research
We believe in data analysis transparency, effective sharing, reproducibility, software usability, and archival stability to foster a sustainable data science ecosystem in biomedical research.
We are a team of enthusiastic researchers aimed to combine open omics data with robust bioinformatics methods to enable novel biological discoveries. We are committed to ensuring an inclusive and supportive environment. We also believe in empowering the members of our team with necessary bioinformatics training and support, allowing them to make important contributions to the fields of biomedical research.