We are an interdisciplinary team of research biologists, medical doctors, engineers, mathematicians, and computer scientists. We collaborate extensively with other biomedical researchers and clinicians within and beyond Washington University on large-scale cancer projects.

Principal Investigator

  Li Ding, Ph.D.    Associate Professor of Medicine and Genetics   Director of Computational Biology, Oncology   Assistant Director, McDonnell Genome Institute   Washington University School of Medicine

Li Ding, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Medicine and Genetics Director of Computational Biology, Oncology Assistant Director, McDonnell Genome Institute Washington University School of Medicine

Dr. Ding's current research focuses on the discovery of genetic changes (somatic and germline) contributing to human diseases by integrating various data types, including DNA, RNA, and proteomics data. Her research team has developed a collection of widely-used computational tools, including VarScan, SomaticSniper, SciClone, BreakDancer, BreakFusion, MSIsensor, Pindel-C, GenomeVIP, HotSpot3D, PathScan, and MuSiC. Dr. Ding plays significant roles in The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA), the International Cancer Genome Consortium (ICGC), and the Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium (CPTAC). She co-chairs the TCGA PanCanAtlas Oncogenic Process Group, the TCGA Sarcoma Analysis Working Group, and the ICGC Mutation Calling Group. Dr. Ding also serves on the Steering Committees of the Genomic Data Commons (GDC), CPTAC, and TCGA. Dr. Ding has successfully led many large-scale, multi-institute studies on the genomics of lung adenocarcinomas, AML, and breast cancer. Building on this foundation, her team has produced a series of seminal publications in the fields of cancer genomics research and cancer biology. 

 
 

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Faculty and Staff

  Michael Wendl, Ph.D.,  Research Faculty   I completed undergraduate and graduate training at Washington University, after which I joined the nascent Human Genome Project working with Dr. Robert Waterston on signal analysis (basecalling), bioinformatics algorithms, and operations-research theory applied to genomic sequencing. My interests continue to be in the mathematical and statistical aspects of cancer biology and biophysics.

Michael Wendl, Ph.D.,  Research Faculty

I completed undergraduate and graduate training at Washington University, after which I joined the nascent Human Genome Project working with Dr. Robert Waterston on signal analysis (basecalling),
bioinformatics algorithms, and operations-research theory applied to genomic sequencing. My interests continue to be in the mathematical and statistical aspects of cancer biology and biophysics.

  Song Cao, Ph.D.,  Staff Scientist   I have broad research experience and intensive coding experience in the fields of RNA informatics, cancer genomics and proteomics, viromics and computational biophysics. In the past years, I developed the Vfold model for accurately predicting RNA two and three-dimensional structures, the VirusScan pipeline for detecting viruses from NGS data, and the PepScan pipeline for processing mass spectra data. In my spare time, I like different outdoor activities such as fishing, running, hiking and playing basketball. 

Song Cao, Ph.D.,  Staff Scientist

I have broad research experience and intensive coding experience in the fields of RNA informatics, cancer genomics and proteomics, viromics and computational biophysics. In the past years, I developed the Vfold model for accurately predicting RNA two and three-dimensional structures, the VirusScan pipeline for detecting viruses from NGS data, and the PepScan pipeline for processing mass spectra data. In my spare time, I like different outdoor activities such as fishing, running, hiking and playing basketball. 

  Wen-Wei "Leo" Liao, Research Assistant   Here people call me Leo instead of my real name to avoid confusion. I grew up in Zhunan, a small town in western Taiwan. Before I came to St.Louis, I worked at CSHL studying the effect of TDP-43 and transposable elements on ALS. Currently, I am interested in cancer genomics.

Wen-Wei "Leo" Liao, Research Assistant

Here people call me Leo instead of my real name to avoid confusion. I grew up in Zhunan, a small town in western Taiwan. Before I came to St.Louis, I worked at CSHL studying the effect of TDP-43 and transposable elements on ALS. Currently, I am interested in cancer genomics.

  R. Jay Mashl, Ph.D., Staff Scientist   My research includes developing computational tools and building pipelines for genetic variant analysis and interpretation in relation to human disease. During these efforts, I have contributed to several large-scale consortium projects. In my personal pursuits, I enjoy hiking and running.

R. Jay Mashl, Ph.D., Staff Scientist

My research includes developing computational tools and building pipelines for genetic variant analysis and interpretation in relation to human disease. During these efforts, I have contributed to
several large-scale consortium projects. In my personal pursuits, I enjoy hiking and running.

  Clara Oh, Lab Technician   I enjoyed a lively childhood in California, then made my way to St. Louis to pursue my goals of biological research and medicine. As a Research Technician, my work involves functional validation of cancer variants and mutations identified using the Ding Lab’s computational tools. Outside of lab, I am a choreographer, avid K-pop fan, and DIY hairstylist. 

Clara Oh, Lab Technician

I enjoyed a lively childhood in California, then made my way to St. Louis to pursue my goals of biological research and medicine. As a Research Technician, my work involves functional validation of cancer variants and mutations identified using the Ding Lab’s computational tools. Outside of lab, I am a choreographer, avid K-pop fan, and DIY hairstylist. 

   Matthew Wyczalkowski , Ph.D., Senior Scientist   I develop large scale computational pipelines to analyze complex genomic events, including virus integration in cancer, and am interested in the visual presentation of such data.  Outside of work I play a leadership role in  The BALSA Foundation  and enjoy photography, cycling, and travel.

Matthew Wyczalkowski, Ph.D., Senior Scientist

I develop large scale computational pipelines to analyze complex genomic events, including virus integration in cancer, and am interested in the visual presentation of such data.  Outside of work I play a leadership role in The BALSA Foundation and enjoy photography, cycling, and travel.

  Yanyan Zhao, Lab Technician   I grew up in Anhui, a beautiful place well known for its mountains in the middle of China. My work now is helping with wet lab experiments of cancer and kidney related projects. Outside of work I like reading fiction, cooking, and also traveling. I like to visit different places and enjoy yummy food there.

Yanyan Zhao, Lab Technician

I grew up in Anhui, a beautiful place well known for its mountains in the middle of China. My work now is helping with wet lab experiments of cancer and kidney related projects. Outside of work I like reading fiction, cooking, and also traveling. I like to visit different places and enjoy yummy food there.

 
 
 

Postdocs

   Qingsong Gao , Ph.D., Postdoc   I received my Ph.D. at Max Delbrück Center (MDC) for Molecular Medicine in Berlin, Germany. During my Ph.D. I studied different levels of post-transcriptional regulation in model organisms using RNA-Seq. Now I am interested in cancer genomics in human.

Qingsong Gao, Ph.D., Postdoc

I received my Ph.D. at Max Delbrück Center (MDC) for Molecular Medicine in Berlin, Germany. During my Ph.D. I studied different levels of post-transcriptional regulation in model organisms using RNA-Seq. Now I am interested in cancer genomics in human.

  Kuan-Lin Huang, Ph.D., Postdoc   I am a postdoc studying cancer predisposition and proteogenomics integration. I am from the sub-tropical island of Taiwan and love to go outdoors: hiking, surfing, tennis and all kinds of sport. When it's below 10 degrees C out, you'll find me traveling the world or coding/chilling at home with my cat Cre. 

Kuan-Lin Huang, Ph.D., Postdoc

I am a postdoc studying cancer predisposition and proteogenomics integration. I am from the sub-tropical island of Taiwan and love to go outdoors: hiking, surfing, tennis and all kinds of sport. When it's below 10 degrees C out, you'll find me traveling the world or coding/chilling at home with my cat Cre. 

  Preet Lal, Ph.D., Postdoc   I hail from Himachal Pradesh in northern India. I obtained my Ph.D. in Biomolecular Sciences from the University of Trento in the Italian Alps. Now, in collaboration with the Chen Lab, I am involved in the deep discovery and clinical interpretation of germline and somatic cancer drivers using  in-vitro  and  in-vivo  cancer models. I am a vegetarian, and I like hiking, cooking my favorite foods, and sometimes singing Bollywood songs. 

Preet Lal, Ph.D., Postdoc

I hail from Himachal Pradesh in northern India. I obtained my Ph.D. in Biomolecular Sciences from the University of Trento in the Italian Alps. Now, in collaboration with the Chen Lab, I am involved in the deep discovery and clinical interpretation of germline and somatic cancer drivers using in-vitro and in-vivo cancer models. I am a vegetarian, and I like hiking, cooking my favorite foods, and sometimes singing Bollywood songs. 

  Sunantha Sethuraman, Ph.D., Postdoc   I hail from Chennai, a crazy lively coastal city in south India. I received my Ph.D. from the University of Florida (Go Gators!) and came to the Ding lab to join them in tackling the most fascinating data-science problem in medicine: cancer. I am interested in developing and applying computational tools to study tumor evolution and noncoding variants in cancer. When I am not pipetting or programming, I enjoy cooking/baking, reading, and Zumba!

Sunantha Sethuraman, Ph.D., Postdoc

I hail from Chennai, a crazy lively coastal city in south India. I received my Ph.D. from the University of Florida (Go Gators!) and came to the Ding lab to join them in tackling the most fascinating data-science problem in medicine: cancer. I am interested in developing and applying computational tools to study tumor evolution and noncoding variants in cancer. When I am not pipetting or programming, I enjoy cooking/baking, reading, and Zumba!

  Hua Sun, Ph.D., Postdoc   I grew up in Yanji, a northeast city of China. In the past years, I worked at developing molecular markers, NGS data analysis, comparative genomics, and genotype-phenotype association studies. Currently, I am interested in cancer genomics. Outside of work, I enjoy playing badminton, traveling, and fitness.

Hua Sun, Ph.D., Postdoc

I grew up in Yanji, a northeast city of China. In the past years, I worked at developing molecular markers, NGS data analysis, comparative genomics, and genotype-phenotype association studies. Currently, I am interested in cancer genomics. Outside of work, I enjoy playing badminton, traveling, and fitness.

   Amila Weerasinghe , Ph.D., Postdoc   I am a theoretical condensed matter physicist trying to contribute to solving important biological problems. My goal is to use my analytical skills in genomic research. I grew up in Sri Lanka, which is a beautiful country full of natural forests, wild life, and a proud history. Outside of work, I like playing cricket, participating in other recreational sports, and reading books.

Amila Weerasinghe, Ph.D., Postdoc

I am a theoretical condensed matter physicist trying to contribute to solving important biological problems. My goal is to use my analytical skills in genomic research. I grew up in Sri Lanka, which is a beautiful country full of natural forests, wild life, and a proud history. Outside of work, I like playing cricket, participating in other recreational sports, and reading books.

 

Graduate Students

   Matthew Bailey , Graduate Student   As a first generation PhD candidate I am fueled by naïve curiosity. I look forward to the day when we can relieve human suffering by leveraging evolutionary trajectories. Outside of work I am oriented to raising my two kids to be true to themselves and to be aware of the beautiful and complex biological designs that surround them.

Matthew Bailey, Graduate Student

As a first generation PhD candidate I am fueled by naïve curiosity. I look forward to the day when we can relieve human suffering by leveraging evolutionary trajectories. Outside of work I am oriented to raising my two kids to be true to themselves and to be aware of the beautiful and complex biological designs that surround them.

  Dan Cui, Graduate Student   I grew up in Mexico City surrounded by mountains and a couple of volcanoes. I enjoy napping, video games, and attempting to recreate home recipes in the kitchen, with often disastrous results.

Dan Cui, Graduate Student

I grew up in Mexico City surrounded by mountains and a couple of volcanoes. I enjoy napping, video games, and attempting to recreate home recipes in the kitchen, with often disastrous results.

  Steven Foltz, Graduate Student    I am driven by an ethic of service to others and a desire to live a well-balanced life. I   enjoy teaching, mentoring, and developing my computational skills to explore important questions in cancer proteo-genomics. I also enjoy reading books, looking at maps, staying current with the news, training for triathlons, and exploring national parks.

Steven Foltz, Graduate Student

I am driven by an ethic of service to others and a desire to live a well-balanced life. I enjoy teaching, mentoring, and developing my computational skills to explore important questions in cancer proteo-genomics. I also enjoy reading books, looking at maps, staying current with the news, training for triathlons, and exploring national parks.

    Reyka Jayasinghe , Graduate Student    I hail from Los Angeles and spent a few years in San Francisco before coming over to St. Louis. I spend most of my time meowing at people and attempting to create computational tools to analyze sequencing data with a focus on alternative splicing. With the rest of my time I work with two awesome non-profits: Young Scientist Program and BALSA Foundation.

Reyka Jayasinghe, Graduate Student

I hail from Los Angeles and spent a few years in San Francisco before coming over to St. Louis. I spend most of my time meowing at people and attempting to create computational tools to analyze sequencing data with a focus on alternative splicing. With the rest of my time I work with two awesome non-profits: Young Scientist Program and BALSA Foundation.

  Alla Karpova, Graduate Student   I grew up in Russia, where I also did my bachelor degree in Molecular Biology at Moscow State University. During the undergraduate years I received intense training in wet biology working on non-canonical functions of telomerase RNA. Now I study Biomedical Engineering at WashU, where my goal is to master computational tools to study cancer. When I’m not in the lab, I love playing with cats and traveling to new countries.

Alla Karpova, Graduate Student

I grew up in Russia, where I also did my bachelor degree in Molecular Biology at Moscow State University. During the undergraduate years I received intense training in wet biology working on non-canonical functions of telomerase RNA. Now I study Biomedical Engineering at WashU, where my goal is to master computational tools to study cancer. When I’m not in the lab, I love playing with cats and traveling to new countries.

  Yize Li, Graduate Student   I grew up in Guangzhou, a southern city in China with warm weather, gorgeous views, and hospitable people.  I now learn and work on cancer genomics research and cancer biology. Outside of the lab, I love various kinds of sports, especially basketball, badminton, and swimming. Besides that, I also enjoy hiking and reading.

Yize Li, Graduate Student

I grew up in Guangzhou, a southern city in China with warm weather, gorgeous views, and hospitable people.  I now learn and work on cancer genomics research and cancer biology. Outside of the lab, I love various kinds of sports, especially basketball, badminton, and swimming. Besides that, I also enjoy hiking and reading.

  Wen-Wei Liang, Graduate Student   I grew up in Kaoshiung, Taiwan, a lovely city with year-round sunshine and warm-hearted people. I was a pipette holder, and now I am a rookie programmer working on tackling noncoding variants in cancer. Outside of lab, I like to try anything new to me; currently that includes climbing and playing guitar.

Wen-Wei Liang, Graduate Student

I grew up in Kaoshiung, Taiwan, a lovely city with year-round sunshine and warm-hearted people. I was a pipette holder, and now I am a rookie programmer working on tackling noncoding variants in cancer. Outside of lab, I like to try anything new to me; currently that includes climbing and playing guitar.

  Di Liu, Visiting Graduate Student   I am a Ph.D. student in Tongji University in Shanghai, China.  My major is Thoracic Surgery, which mainly focuses on lung cancer. In March 2017, I participated in a Joint Training Ph.D Program of China Scholarship Council. Then I came here to learn more things about cancer in professor Ding’s Lab. My project here is related to wet lab experiments of lung cancer and kidney disease. Outside of lab, I enjoy painting, cooking, and sleeping.

Di Liu, Visiting Graduate Student

I am a Ph.D. student in Tongji University in Shanghai, China.  My major is Thoracic Surgery, which mainly focuses on lung cancer. In March 2017, I participated in a Joint Training Ph.D Program of China Scholarship Council. Then I came here to learn more things about cancer in professor Ding’s Lab. My project here is related to wet lab experiments of lung cancer and kidney disease. Outside of lab, I enjoy painting, cooking, and sleeping.

  Ruiyang Liu, Graduate Student   I am from Hangzhou, a lovely city known as dreamy paradise, in southeastern part of China. I used to do cancer research in wet labs. As a graduate student, I am currently investigating cellular components within the tumor microenvironment. Outside the lab, piano is my favorite. I am also fond of jogging and hiking.

Ruiyang Liu, Graduate Student

I am from Hangzhou, a lovely city known as dreamy paradise, in southeastern part of China. I used to do cancer research in wet labs. As a graduate student, I am currently investigating cellular components within the tumor microenvironment. Outside the lab, piano is my favorite. I am also fond of jogging and hiking.

  Fernanda Martins Rodrigues, Graduate Student   I grew up in Pelotas, a lovely city in southern Brazil known for its history and delicious desserts. I studied Biotechnology at the University of Pelotas and Bioinformatics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. At WashU, my goal is to use computational tools to better understand cancer genetics. In my spare time I enjoy hanging with friends, exploring the city and trying new bars and restaurants.

Fernanda Martins Rodrigues, Graduate Student

I grew up in Pelotas, a lovely city in southern Brazil known for its history and delicious desserts. I studied Biotechnology at the University of Pelotas and Bioinformatics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. At WashU, my goal is to use computational tools to better understand cancer genetics. In my spare time I enjoy hanging with friends, exploring the city and trying new bars and restaurants.

  Sohini Sengupta, Graduate Student    I am from the cutest city of Virginia Beach, VA! I am a Biomedical Engineer by training and enjoy using programming to understand druggable and driver mutations in cancer.     In addition to science, I love hanging with friends, exploring St. Louis, and eating at all the restaurants.      I am trained in Indian classical dance and enjoy learning new dance forms, which currently include Argentine Tango and Zumba!

Sohini Sengupta, Graduate Student

I am from the cutest city of Virginia Beach, VA! I am a Biomedical Engineer by training and enjoy using programming to understand druggable and driver mutations in cancer. In addition to science, I love hanging with friends, exploring St. Louis, and eating at all the restaurants.  I am trained in Indian classical dance and enjoy learning new dance forms, which currently include Argentine Tango and Zumba!

   Liang-Bo "BoBo" Wang , Graduate Student   I'm a Pythonista from Taiwan working on cancer variant analysis. People used to call me Liang-Liang but here Bobo is my new name, which together form my full first name. I love programming and participate in many open source communities. Other than talking to computers, I take photos of natural scenes and enjoy the view with good books.

Liang-Bo "BoBo" Wang, Graduate Student

I'm a Pythonista from Taiwan working on cancer variant analysis. People used to call me Liang-Liang but here Bobo is my new name, which together form my full first name. I love programming and participate in many open source communities. Other than talking to computers, I take photos of natural scenes and enjoy the view with good books.

  Naomi Wilson, Rotation Graduate Student   I was proudly born and raised in Rochester, NY and studied biochemistry nearby at SUNY Geneseo. My drive for biomedical research comes from a place of constantly asking why and aching to know how the world works. As a guest in the Ding Lab, I am working on a tool called HotSpot3D which identifies mutation hotspots and interacting domains in protein structure from the protein's linear sequence. A few of my favorite things are playing percussion in symphony orchestras, hiking to beautiful views, and reading enriching books.

Naomi Wilson, Rotation Graduate Student

I was proudly born and raised in Rochester, NY and studied biochemistry nearby at SUNY Geneseo. My drive for biomedical research comes from a place of constantly asking why and aching to know how the world works. As a guest in the Ding Lab, I am working on a tool called HotSpot3D which identifies mutation hotspots and interacting domains in protein structure from the protein's linear sequence. A few of my favorite things are playing percussion in symphony orchestras, hiking to beautiful views, and reading enriching books.

  Yige Wu, Graduate Student   I come from Zhejiang, a place known as Land of Fish and Rice in eastern coastal China. I traveled north to Peking University to study biology for undergraduate degree. Now I'm working on pan-cancer proteomics, particularly kinase-substrate phosphorylation network. Outside of lab, I enjoy things friendly to mind-wandering, which include hiking, going to concerts and watching movies.

Yige Wu, Graduate Student

I come from Zhejiang, a place known as Land of Fish and Rice in eastern coastal China. I traveled north to Peking University to study biology for undergraduate degree. Now I'm working on pan-cancer proteomics, particularly kinase-substrate phosphorylation network. Outside of lab, I enjoy things friendly to mind-wandering, which include hiking, going to concerts and watching movies.

  Lijun Yao, Graduate Student   I come from Taiyuan, a historical and lovely city in northern China. I studied Horticulture in my undergraduate program and then I completed my Master’s training at USC, where I developed my interest in cancer research by utilizing cutting-edge genomics approaches.  In my spare time, I enjoy traveling, reading historical books, singing or just chatting with my friends!

Lijun Yao, Graduate Student

I come from Taiyuan, a historical and lovely city in northern China. I studied Horticulture in my undergraduate program and then I completed my Master’s training at USC, where I developed my interest in cancer research by utilizing cutting-edge genomics approaches.  In my spare time, I enjoy traveling, reading historical books, singing or just chatting with my friends!

  Chris Yoon, MSTP Student   I spent my youth in Seoul, Korea growing up as a kid who enjoyed playing soccer and loved life sciences. Over the years, I also developed interest in using computer science to solve biological enigmas. One such puzzle I'm trying to solve includes detecting and understanding complex genomic structural variations and its biological function in tumorigenesis.  

Chris Yoon, MSTP Student

I spent my youth in Seoul, Korea growing up as a kid who enjoyed playing soccer and loved life sciences. Over the years, I also developed interest in using computer science to solve biological enigmas. One such puzzle I'm trying to solve includes detecting and understanding complex genomic structural variations and its biological function in tumorigenesis.  

 
 
 

Undergraduate Students

  Justin Chen, Undergraduate Student   I was born in Palo Alto, CA but have been living in St. Louis since I was 2. I will study computer science at Columbia as a freshman this fall. I plan to use my skills in math and computer science to solve intractable problems in biomedical research. I enjoy playing tennis, games, and visiting historic sites and scenic places.

Justin Chen, Undergraduate Student

I was born in Palo Alto, CA but have been living in St. Louis since I was 2. I will study computer science at Columbia as a freshman this fall. I plan to use my skills in math and computer science to solve intractable problems in biomedical research. I enjoy playing tennis, games, and visiting historic sites and scenic places.

  Guanlan Dong, Undergraduate Student   Growing up in Beijing, China, I always enjoy trying new things. While majoring in math, bioinformatics is my favorite discovery. I like mathematical approaches to genetics problems, and appreciate how computer science can adopt such approaches in the most creative and efficient way. Outside of lab and school, I love food and my recent hobbies include yoga and squash.

Guanlan Dong, Undergraduate Student

Growing up in Beijing, China, I always enjoy trying new things. While majoring in math, bioinformatics is my favorite discovery. I like mathematical approaches to genetics problems, and appreciate how computer science can adopt such approaches in the most creative and efficient way. Outside of lab and school, I love food and my recent hobbies include yoga and squash.

  Felix Hu, High School Student   I was born and still reside in St. Louis. I plan to major somewhere between biology and computer science. During my free time, I play tennis, engage in numerous coding projects, and enjoy a wide variety of foods.

Felix Hu, High School Student

I was born and still reside in St. Louis. I plan to major somewhere between biology and computer science. During my free time, I play tennis, engage in numerous coding projects, and enjoy a wide variety of foods.

  Sean Kelso, Undergraduate Student   I was born and raised in St Louis and currently study artificial intelligence at Columbia. I am interested in applying computer science and technology to improving medicine and healthcare delivery. Outside of work, I enjoy writing movie reviews and science fiction. 

Sean Kelso, Undergraduate Student

I was born and raised in St Louis and currently study artificial intelligence at Columbia. I am interested in applying computer science and technology to improving medicine and healthcare delivery. Outside of work, I enjoy writing movie reviews and science fiction. 

  Terrence Tsou, Undergraduate Student   I’m from Los Angeles, and my goal is to better understand the genetics of cancer, especially lung cancer. In my free time, I enjoy watching movies and musicals, playing piano, and traveling. I like to be adventurous and challenge myself to do new activities such as fencing.

Terrence Tsou, Undergraduate Student

I’m from Los Angeles, and my goal is to better understand the genetics of cancer, especially lung cancer. In my free time, I enjoy watching movies and musicals, playing piano, and traveling. I like to be adventurous and challenge myself to do new activities such as fencing.

 
 

Affiliated Faculty, STAFF, AND STUDENTS

Alumni

Ding Lab

Faculty, Staff & Postdocs

Graduate & Medical Students

  • Winston Anthony (rotation)
  • Jennifer Flynn (rotation)
  • Arielle Homayouni (rotation)
  • Yang Li (rotation)
  • Ju Heon Maeng (rotation)
  • Peter Ronning (rotation)
  • Sam Sun, M.D. 
  • Wing Hing Wong (rotation)
  • Mingchao Xie, Ph.D.

Undergraduate Students

  • Prag Batra
  • Maheetha Bharadwaj
  • Jonathan Chen
  • Erin DeNardo
  • Nathan Dollinger
  • Ani Gururaj
  • Malik Hadjri
  • Mo Huang
  • Shrikar Iragavarapu
  • Caleb Ji
  • Monica Lim
  • Carolyn Lou
  • Ryan Sachar
  • Weihua Wang

Medical genomics

  • Ken Chen, Ph.D.
  • Nathan Dees, Ph.D.
  • Xian Fan
  • Chris Harris
  • Xin Hong
  • Mark Johnson
  • Krishna Kanchi
  • Dan Koboldt
  • David Larson, Ph.D.
  • Ling Lin
  • Charles Lu, Ph.D.
  • Rick Meyer
  • Chris Miller, Ph.D.
  • John Osbourne
  • William Schierding
  • Heather Schmidt
  • Dong Shen, Ph.D.
  • Xiaoqi Shi
  • Yuzhu Tang, M.D. 
  • Joelle Veizer
  • John Wallis, Ph.D.