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 psychiatric outcomes.

She earned her PhD in Statistical Genetics from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam where she focused on methods for genetic studies of families and on causal statistical modeling related to genomic research. She is the recipient of an R01 grant (subrecipient PI) to work on causal modeling using genetic information. Learn more about Camelia here.