Dr. Joni Sedillo’s research focuses on investigation of the role epigenetic inheritance plays in human inherited diseases.
Dr. Aubrey Barnard’s postdoctoral research is focused on discovery of environmental exposures that protect against allergic diseases.
Dr. Jeremiah Yee’s research will focus on generating a conceptual model of gene-environment interactions related to asthma, as well as development of computational approaches to exposure assessments. . .
Dr. Nathan Bollig’s research will focus on applications of machine learning to problems affecting animal and human health.
Jay Cheng’s research will focus on development of statistical learning methods for clinical and biomedical research.
Dr. Chase Clark’s research focuses on bioinformatics analysis of specialized metabolites and the diversity of specialized metabolism across sequenced genomes.
Elise’s focus is on a comprehensive survey of the diversity and ecology of bacterial sulfur metabolism in the gut bacterial community of humans in 3 different health statuses: healthy, with adenomas, or with colorectal cancer.
Benjamin Kaufman is a first year graduate student in the new PhD Program in Biomedical Data Science.
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