Grant Chau

Grant is an Associate Computational Biologist I in the Neale Lab. He is interested in leveraging numerical and statistical methods to estimate genetic contributions to psychological traits. He graduated from Northeastern University in 2022 with a BS in Mathematics and Computer Science. […]

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Nina Mars

Nina Mars, MD, PhD, is a postdoctoral fellow, with her research focusing on genetic risk prediction of common diseases and integration of genomics into clinical practice. Her current research focuses on using large-scale clinical and biobank data to understand genomic influences on cancer risk and prognosis. At ATGU and the Broad Institute of Harvard and […]

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Cal Liao, PhD

Cal is a research fellow who joined the ATGU in March 2022, where he is co-advised by Drs. Benjamin Neale and Michael Talkowski. Cal completed a Ph.D. in Human Genetics from McGill University, focusing on identifying novel genetic and molecular insights for neuropsychiatric disorders. He is excited to investigate the genetics of bipolar disorder and […]

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Julia Sealock, PhD

Julia is a research fellow who joined ATGU in May 2022. She completed a PhD in Human Genetics from Vanderbilt University where she studied the relationship between depression polygenic scores and lab traits extracted from electronic health records. As a research fellow in the Neale lab, she will be working on rare variant analysis of […]

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Franjo Ivankovic, PhD

Franjo is a research fellow at ATGU and the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT. They are advised by Benjamin Neale and co-advised by Jeremiah Scharf. Franjo recently completed a Ph.D. in genetics and genomics at the University of Florida, where they studied the genetic architecture of neurodevelopmental disorders like Tourette syndrome and OCD. Their […]

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Lindo Nkambule

Lindo is an Associate Computational Biologist in the Neale Lab. He is interested in the analysis and visualization of genomic data. Lindo completed his Honours degree in Bioinformatics in 2019 and his project was on assessing the sensitivity and accuracy of various variant callers in African populations. […]

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Camelia Minica, PhD

Camelia is a computational scientist in the Neale lab at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. Her work focuses on¬†discovering new approaches to the diagnosis and pharmacological treatment of psychiatric disorders via large scale whole-genome sequencing analyses. She also works on advancing our understanding of the contribution of genetic environments in the risk for […]

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Andrew Marin

Andrew is an associate computational biologist at the Broad Institute and is interested in the growing computational pipelines used to run quality control and imputation on genotyping data. Andrew graduated from Bowdoin College in 2019 with a BA in Neuroscience. […]

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