Caitlin Carey

Caitlin Carey is a Postdoctoral Associate at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT, where she is advised by Dr. Elise Robinson. Prior to joining the Broad, she earned her PhD in Psychological and Brain Sciences from Washington University in St. Louis under the direction of Dr. Ryan Bogdan, where her dissertation focused on links between polygenic risk, neural function, and behavior in externalizing psychopathology. She is interested in cross-disorder comorbidity and within-disorder heterogeneity in neuropsychiatric disorders and is currently working to characterize the contributions of rare and common genetic variation to specific phenotypes in autism spectrum disorders.