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 interest is predominantly focused on the crossroads of statistics, genetics, anthropology, and psychiatry, and understanding of the complex relationships between genomes and phenomes.