Single Cell Mapping of the Normal Breast of Ethnically Diverse Populations
Breast cancer occurrence, mutation patterns, response to therapy and outcomes differ in part by genetic ancestry. This network will perform single-cell mapping of the normal breast of ethnically diverse populations, including women of African, Latinx, Asian, Ashkenazi Jewish, and Native American descent. Including samples from women with diverse genetic ancestry can help reveal underlying biology that may contribute to health disparities.
This Network was awarded the CZI Seed Networks Incentive to Support Diversity for the Human Cell Atlas.