Dr Justin Guinney is the Senior Vice President of Cancer Genomics at Tempus, where he oversees programs in precision oncology research and strategic partnerships. Prior to Tempus, Dr. Guinney was the Vice President of Computational Oncology at Sage Bionetworks, and principal investigator of a computational lab focused on the analysis of clinicogenomic data to develop better diagnostic, prognostic, and predictive models of cancer.
His lab also supported data coordination for large cancer consortia including the NCI Cancer Systems Biology Consortium, the NCI Human Tumor Atlas Network, and AACR Project GENIE. Dr. Guinney retains positions as an Affiliate Associate Professor at the University of Washington, and Director of the DREAM Challenges. In this latter role, Dr Guinney organized data challenges for benchmarking methods in biomedicine and bioinformatics.
Dr Guinney received a BA in history & pre-medicine from the University of Pennsylvania, a BS in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and a PhD in computational biology and bioinformatics from Duke University.
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