Marcos Santoro

Marcos is a visiting researcher at the ATGU and Broad Institute. He did his PhD at Federal University of Sao Paulo under the guidance of Dr. Sintia Belangero, in which he has explored genetic and epigenetic changes during the course of schizophrenia. During his PhD, he also did a one-year training in bioinformatics at SGDP […]

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Gianmarco Mignogna

Gianmarco is a master degree student in Biostatistics at Università Bicocca in Milan. He’s working in the Neale lab under the mentorship of Andrea Ganna on a project with the aim to capture epidemiological biases using genetic data as well as identifying shared characteristic of individuals driving these biases. […]

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Nikolas Baya

Nikolas is an Associate Computational Biologist in the Neale Lab. He is interested in using genomic data to study the etiology of enigmatic human diseases. Working under the mentorship of Raymond Walters, he is investigating the heritability of a large number of traits in the UK Biobank and looking for evidence of sex-specific differences. Nikolas […]

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Robbee Wedow

Robbee Wedow is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Data Science. You can find out more about Robbee’s work at robbeewedow.com. Twitter: @robbeewedow. […]

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Sam Bryant

Sam heads the Data Management group at the Stanley Center where he is responsible for managing over 500 terabytes of data. He is naturally curious, has a love for science and computers, and enjoys a good challenge.  He’s a ‘data wrangler’ – herds data to logical working groups and lower cost storage tiers; brings visibility […]

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Patrick Schultz

Patrick Schultz recently joined the Hail team as a software engineer. Patrick is especially interested in the intersection of math and computer science and recently posted a NASA-funded book on his postdoctoral research in mathematics at MIT (https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.10258). He is excited to bring theory to practice for scientists by helping to build a better Hail. […]

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Cotton Seed

Cotton Seed is a Senior Advisor to the Hail team at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. Prior to joining the Broad, he did a PhD in Mathematics at Princeton University and spent over a decade building high-performance computing systems with a focus on advanced compiler technology at Connected Components Corp, Intel, and Reservoir Labs, […]

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Katherine Tashman

Kate Tashman is an Associate Computational Biologist with the Neale Lab. She is interested in studying the genetic effects on psychiatric illness as well as neurodevelopmental disorders. She received her B.S. in Mathematical Sciences from Binghamton University in 2017. […]

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Patrick Turley, PhD

Patrick is an Instructor at ATGU and the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT. He is advised by Dr. Benjamin Neale, researching statistical methods applied to topics in the intersection of economics and genetics. He is also a core researcher of the Social Science Genetic Association Consortium and an affiliated postdoc with the Behavioral and Health Genomics Center […]

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Raymond Walters, PhD

Raymond is a Group Leader overseeing statistical methods research in the Neale lab. Prior to joining ATGU and the Broad Institute, Raymond earned his Ph.D. in Quantitative Psychology from the University of Notre Dame in 2014. His current research focuses on evaluating the structure of common variant associations across traits and diseases in the population, […]

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