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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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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Konrad Karczewski, PhD

Konrad is a Senior Computational Scientist II researching the prevalence and impact of loss-of-function variation in healthy human genomes and their impact on human phenotypes.   […]

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Mykyta Artomov

Mykyta is a research fellow in Mark Daly’s group. His research is devoted to developing computational methods for gene networks analysis and their application to association studies specifically focused on cancer genetics. He is searching for ways of applying new methods to understand genetic factors influencing immune response (and differential survival) to cancer disorders. […]

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