Amanda Elliott, MD

Amanda Elliott, MD is an endocrinologist and Instructor at Harvard Medical School, MGH, and the Broad Institute whose research focuses on understanding genetic and environmental determinants of diabetes in large populations and in understudied high-risk groups. Her current research integrates large datasets with genomic data, electronic health records, and registry data to unravel how genes […]

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Wei Zhou

I am an Instructor at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT co-advised by Dr. Mark Daly and Dr. Benjamin Neale. I earned my Ph.D. in Bioinformatics under the direction of Dr. Cristen Willer and Dr. Seunggeun (Shawn) Lee. My dissertation focused on the development and application of statistical methods for large-scale genetic association studies. […]

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Alice Zheng, M.S.

Alice Zheng is a Project Coordinator in the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. She supports Hailiang Huang with the Asian Initiatives and works in conjunction with cross-functional groups in America and Asia to support the project management team and their ongoing research of psychiatric diseases. Her role […]

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Christine Stevens

Christine Stevens, a Senior Project Manager, joined The Broad Institute in 2003.  Christine possesses a diverse knowledge of genomic technologies, and analyzes, and has strong experience in funding regulations and compliance.  She is well versed in project management, high-throughput processes, and large-scale data.  Christine oversees the Autism and Inflammatory Bowel Disease genetics projects. […]

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Tarjinder Singh

TJ is an Instuctor in Dr. Ben Neale and Morgan Sheng’s groups. He completed his Ph.D. in 2016 at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, where he studied the role of rare variation in the genetic architecture of psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders. Mentored by Dr. Daly and in close collaboration with Dr. Benjamin Neale’s group, he […]

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Stephan Ripke

Stephan is a key member of the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium (PGC), a collaborative effort that involves 50 datasets from research groups from 17 countries. Stephan is responsible for performing the combined analysis of the raw genetic data from the Consortium members. To do this, he has created a computer pipeline that standardizes data, imputes missing values, […]

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Sherif Gerges

Sherif Gerges is a PhD student at Harvard Medical School in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences with a focus in Data Science at the Institute for Applied Computational Science. He is jointly co-mentored by Mark Daly and Steve McCarroll; and is using computational tools to functionally analyze genome-wide association studies at the single-cell level. […]

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Elizabeth Atkinson, PhD

Elizabeth is an Instructor in the ATGU and Affiliated Researcher at the Broad Institute, she was co-advised by Drs. Mark Daly and Ben Neale and working closely with Dr. Karestan Koenen. She did her PhD at Washington University in St. Louis followed by receiving an NIH Institutional Research and Career Development Award at Stony Brook […]

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Sali Farhan

Sali Farhan completed her PhD in Biochemistry and Genetics at Robarts Research Institute at Western University in Canada. Her PhD research focused on identifying the genetic basis of Mendelian diseases and complex neurodegenerative diseases primarily amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and frontotemporal dementia. Sali has been a Postdoctoral Fellow at ATGU since 2016 analyzing next generation […]

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