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Lisa Borsuk (Fed)

Research Scientist, Bioinformatics

Lisa Borsuk received her master of science at Iowa State University in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology in 2007.  After graduation she worked for a small startup biotech company which did sequencing and sequence analysis.  She started at NIST in Aug. 2015 in the Applied Genetics Group working on sequence analysis of next generation sequencing (NGS) of short tandem repeats (STR).  She has also worked on developing and migrating computer programs to analyze forensic genotyping and sequencing data.

Publications

A Roadmap for LIMS at NIST Material Measurement Laboratory

Author(s)
Gretchen Greene, Jared Ragland, Zachary Trautt, June W. Lau, Raymond Plante, Joshua Taillon, Adam Abel Creuziger, Chandler A. Becker, Joe Bennett, Niksa Blonder, Lisa Borsuk, Carelyn E. Campbell, Adam Friss, Lucas Hale, Michael Halter, Robert Hanisch, Gary R. Hardin, Lyle E. Levine, Samantha Maragh, Sierra Miller, Chris Muzny, Marcus William Newrock, John Perkins, Anne L. Plant, Bruce D. Ravel, David J. Ross, John Henry J. Scott, Christopher Szakal, Alessandro Tona, Peter Vallone
Instrumentation generates data faster and in higher quantity than ever before, and interlaboratory research is in historic demand domestically and

Sequence-based U.S. population data for 7 X STR loci

Author(s)
Lisa Borsuk, Carolyn R. Steffen, Kevin M. Kiesler, Peter Vallone, Katherine Gettings
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) U.S. population sample set of unrelated individuals was used to determine allele and haplotype
Created July 30, 2019, Updated October 24, 2022