About Nathan Nakatsuka
Aloha mai kākou. ʻO Nathan Nakatsuka koʻu inoa. No Honolulu, Hawaiʻi mai au (no ke ahupuaʻa ʻo Nuʻuanu). Ua puka au ma ke kula ʻo Kamehameha ma Kapālama, ke kula nui ʻo Harvard, ke kula nui ʻo Cambridge, a me ke kula nui kauka ʻo Harvard (haumāna kauka a mea ʻimi noiʻi). Ua hana au ma ke keʻena hoʻokolohua a David Reich. Ua huli au i ke kālaiōewe o nā ʻInia a me nā ʻōiwi o ʻAmelika. Hana au ma ke ke'ena ho'okolohua a Rahul Satija; huli au i nā maʻi lolo.
Nathan was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. He graduated from Kamehameha Schools Kapālama High School then attended Harvard College, earning an AB (Phi Beta Kappa) in Chemical and Physical Biology. He then attained an MPhil in Genetics from University of Cambridge on a Gates Cambridge scholarship, working at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute with Inês Barroso. Nathan received his MD at Harvard Medical School in the Harvard-MIT Health, Sciences, and Technology MD track and his PhD from the Systems, Synthetic, and Quantitative Biology PhD program working in the laboratory of David Reich on population genetics of South Asia and the Americas. He currently is a postdoctoral fellow at New York Genome Center in the laboratory of Rahul Satija working on single cell analyses of neuropsychiatric traits.