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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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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Raymond Walters, PhD

Raymond is a Group Leader in Dr. Bejamin Neale’s lab at ATGU and the Broad Insitute of MIT and Harvard. His research focuses on the development and application of statistical best practices for studying the genetics of psychological traits and disorders. Prior to joining the ATGU, Raymond earned his Ph.D. in Psychology in 2014 from the University of Notre […]

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Grace Tiao

Grace Tiao is the Associate Director for Computational Genomics in the Translational Genomics Group and leads a team of computational biologists developing efficient methods and pipelines to produce and analyze large-scale sequencing callsets, including the Genome Aggregation Database (gnomAD), the UK BioBank, and rare disease cohorts generated by the Broad’s Center for Mendelian Genomics. She […]

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Ben Weisburd

Ben is a principal software engineer working on developing methods for interpreting DNA sequencing data in the context of severe Mendelian diseases. He is the lead developer for our seqr rare disease analysis platform. @benweisburd     […]

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Claire Churchhouse, PhD

Claire completed a doctorate in the department of Statistics at Oxford University, under the supervision of Jonathan Marchini, where her thesis work focused on statistical methods of ancestry deconvolution in admixed populations. She joined to the Broad Institute in 2012 as a postdoc in David Altshuler’s group where she developed QC methods for untargeted metabolomics […]

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Dan Howrigan, PhD

Daniel oversees the SNP array and sequence analysis pipeline in the Neale lab, with a primary focus on furthering genetic discovery in complex psychiatric disease through collaborative partnerships and high-throughput data analysis. His post-doctoral research has been focused on deciphering the role of rare genetic variation in schizophrenia.  Daniel received his PhD in 2012 from […]

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Daniel King

Dan is the Associate Director of the HAIL team. He is interested in developing libraries and languages that provide a natural and high-performance mode of interaction for scientists. He has previously worked at a local software start-up and studied for a (incomplete) PhD in Programming Languages. […]

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