Genomic approach to liver disease

at the University of Toronto

Ivan Borozan

Ivan is a post-doctoral fellow in the cDNA microarray group. He is working on the design and analysis of gene expression experiments using DNA microarray technology.

He received his Ph.D. in Physics from the University College London, London, UK. His thesis title was "An eikonal model for multi-particle production in hadron-hadron scattering". His research interest is in statistical computing and development of novel software tools for use in computational biology.

phone: 416-946-3435

  1. Borozan I, Chen L, Sun J, Tannis LL, Guindi M, Rotstein OD, Heathcote J, Edwards AM, Grant D, McGilvray ID. "Gene expression profiling of acute liver stress during living donor liver transplantation." Am J Transplant. 2006 Apr;6(4):806-24.
  2. Chen L, Borozan I, Feld J, Sun J, Tannis LL, Coltescu C, Heathcote J, Edwards AM, McGilvray ID. "Hepatic gene expression discriminates responders and nonresponders in treatment of chronic hepatitis C viral infection." Gastroenterology. 2005 May;128(5):1437-44.
  1. "An Eikonal model for multiparticle production in HADRON HADRON interactions." By I. Borozan (Rutherford & University Coll. London), M.H. Seymour (Manchester U.),. MC-TH-2002-4, Jul 2002. 22pp. Published in JHEP 0209:015,2002
  2. "Thermalization times of positrons in molecular gases" Ilham Al-Qaradawi1, Michael Charlton2, Ivan Borozan3, Ralph Whitehead and Ivan Borozan Department of Physics and Astronomy, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, UK

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