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 **[[sgchun@partners.org|Sung Chun]]** is an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School and an Associate Geneticist at Brigham and Women'​s Hospital. He received his PhD in Computational and Systems Biology at Washington University in St. Louis under the supervision of Justin Fay. He is interested in statistical genetics of complex disease and evolutionary genetics of adaptation and pleiotropy. His current projects include development of statistical test for shared genetic effect between autoimmune disease GWAS and blood eQTL, genetic risk prediction of myocardial infarction, and genetic analysis of cardiovascular co-morbidity. ​ **[[sgchun@partners.org|Sung Chun]]** is an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School and an Associate Geneticist at Brigham and Women'​s Hospital. He received his PhD in Computational and Systems Biology at Washington University in St. Louis under the supervision of Justin Fay. He is interested in statistical genetics of complex disease and evolutionary genetics of adaptation and pleiotropy. His current projects include development of statistical test for shared genetic effect between autoimmune disease GWAS and blood eQTL, genetic risk prediction of myocardial infarction, and genetic analysis of cardiovascular co-morbidity. ​
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-**[[mhinely@partners.org|Melissa Hinely]]** is our lab administrator,​ who helps keep things running. 
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-**[[dweghorn@research.bwh.harvard.edu|Donate Weghorn]]** is a postdoctoral fellow who obtained her PhD in theoretical physics at the University of Cologne, Germany. Her research focuses on applying ​population genetics ​and statistical methods to data sets from systems undergoing molecular evolutionThis involves detecting ​how cancer tumors come into existence and are maintained, despite selective forces working against these processes. ​Another focus of Donate'​s ​work is elucidating the evolution ​of the human gut microbiome.+**[[dweghorn@research.bwh.harvard.edu|Donate Weghorn]]** is a postdoctoral fellow who obtained her PhD in theoretical physics at the University of Cologne, Germany. Her research focuses on developing probabilistic models based on population genetics, with the particular aim of extracting selection signalsDonate'​s primary interest is in cancer, involving describing ​how cancer tumors come into existence and are maintained, despite selective forces working against these processes. ​Previous ​work includes inference ​of selection in the human germline, in the human gut microbiome, and on nucleosome formation.
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