Keely Dulmage, PhD

Data Scientist

Keely is a part of Precision’s Core Technology R&D team, where she works on the investigation of ARCUS genomic targets, integration of databases, and data visualization. She comes to Precision from Becton Dickinson where she focused on single-cell gene expression in circulating tumor cells (CTCs). Keely was originally a bench scientist and has experience with pathogenic fungus, nematodes, bacteria, archaea, mouse, and human genetic models. Her education includes a BA in Biology from the University of Minnesota and a PhD in Genetics and Genomics from Duke University, where she discovered the joy of systems biology and getting computers to do all the hard work. When Keely is not coding, she enjoys drawing, doing martial arts, cooking, and eating food from all over the world.