Graduate Students

Students interested in pursuing research in the lab should apply for the Genomics and Computational Biology graduate program directly. You can list me as a possible advisor with matched research interests or prior contact in your application, but I want to emphasize that I cannot accept students directly into my lab. Once within the program, we can then discuss potential rotation projects.



Research in the lab focuses on developing genomics and bioinformatics methods to understand the genetic basis of human diseases, and we welcome candidates with similar interests to apply for a position in the lab. Projects may be tailored to suit the candidate’s research interest and expertise.

A suitable candidate should have a doctoral degree in a quantitative field, such as bioinformatics, computational biology, biostatistics or computer science, with strong interest in human genetics. A successful candidate should have sufficient experience in algorithm development, scientific programming, and machine learning. To apply for this position, please email a cover letter, a CV, a statement of research interest, and contact information for three references to the PI.

Visiting students/scholars

Generally speaking, if your advisor has ongoing collaborations with our lab, you may join the lab as a visiting student or scholar funded by various mechanisms. Please contact the PI by email for opportunities.


Medical Students

Medical students can contact the PI by email for research opportunities.

Undergraduate Research Students

Please contact the PI by email for research opportunities.