Dr. Avillach is Assistant Professor in Pediatrics & Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital. He received
Cassandra Perry holds a Master of Science degree in genetic counseling and is a Certified Genetic Counselor.
Working on genomics data analysis of Autism patients
Ph.D. in Machine Learning. Analysis of disease trajectories using generative time-series modeling.
PhD in Mechanical Engineering, experience working on personalized medicine for hypertensive patients
MSc in Omics Data Analysis & MSc in Bioinformatics
Pediatric emergemcy physician. Research in clinical epidemiology. Working on the Phelan McDermid Syndrome Data Network (PMS_DN) Project
PhD in Computational Biology. Work on combining clinical and genomics data on Autism patients.
MD in Pediatrics, specializing in Epidemiology, from the University Children Hospital, CHU-Lenval, Nice (France). Working on Global Rare Disease Registry
MD in Anesthesiology from Nice. Working on Global Rare Disease Registry Project
MD resident in Public health, specializing in Biomedical informatics, working on SHRINE.
MS in Biomedical Engineering. MS, PhD in Computer Engineering. Working on the Phelan McDermid Syndrome Data Network (PMS_DN) Project
I work on large scale genotype-phenotype associations studies (GWAS, PheWAS) in the field of autism spectrum disorders.
MD Resident in Public Health MSc in Biomedical Informatics Research project at Avillach Lab: Genomic map of the comorbidities in PMS
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Undergraduate Student at Boston College. Working on Phelan McDermid Syndrome Data Network Project.
Ph.D Computer Science. Working on integrating clinical and genomic data for Autism
Samuel Finlayson is a first year MSTP student in the Harvard-MIT MD-PhD program and the Harvard-MIT program in Health, Sciences, and Technology. His
Medical Intern at Wolfson Medical Center, Holon, IsraelSoftware Engineer at MedCPU