Ryan is a Ph.D. candidate studying translational human genomics in the Bioinformatics and Integrative Genomics program at Harvard Medical School. He is supported by an award from the Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) through the National Science Foundation (NSF).
- I'm excited to share this perspective with @dalygene, @bmneale, @masakanai, and RIKEN colleagues on the high potential for polygenic risk scores to improve health outcomes, but also raise health disparities given vast Eurocentric GWAS biases: t.co/4Ws6k0tfNW
- Great post-doc opportunity in our group at the highly productive and informative interface between cellular genomics and human genetics. Please RT. t.co/dvqO3pdfbX
- Our new paper, Bazam your BAMs! - work by Simon Sadedin. Bazam : A rapid method for read extraction and realignment of high throughput sequencing data t.co/09dg22Zwk8 t.co/JuFJV0WgRe
- New study finds first credible GWAS hits in autism. Polygenic risk is greatest in "high functioning" ASD and attenuated in subjects with ID, consistent the latter being more attributable to rare variants. t.co/9kRKDYuaKa