Instructor in Pediatrics
Boston Children's Hospital
Nephrology Enders 505
300 Longwood Ave
Boston MA 02115
|KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea||B.S.||08/2007||Computer Science|
|KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea||B.S.||08/2007||Biological Science|
|Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA||Ph.D.||03/2013||Biomedical Engineering|
|McKusick-Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA||Postdoctoral fellow||03/2018||Human Genetics|
|Center for Human Genetics & Genomics, New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY, USA||Postdoctoral fellow||08/2019||Human Genetics|
TOP 10 Paper Award, RECOMB Conference on Regulatory and Systems Genomics 2012
Nupur Dinesh Thekdi Award, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Top 10 Paper Award, RECOMB/ISCB Conference on Regulatory and Systems Genomics 2015
Our group studies disease-associated genetic variants using computational approaches with a specific focus on transcriptional regulatory mechanisms. We have developed several machine-learning based methods for predicting regulatory elements and regulatory variants (Lee et al., Nature Genetics 2015). We have shown that these predicted regulatory variants explain a significant proportion of heritability in a tissue-specific manner (Lee et al., Genome Research 2018). Our group will continue to develop computational methods to model regulatory control of human diseases, by incorporating improved machine-learning algorithms and single-cell multi-omic data (genomic, transcriptomic, and epigenomic.) New computational frameworks will help discover the molecular mechanisms driving the development and progression of human diseases.
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May 1, 2018 - Apr 30, 2020
Cardiac genetic effects across HLBS phenotypes
Aug 1, 2015 - Apr 30, 2019
Genomics of blood pressure-induced target organ damage
Sep 1, 2007 - Jan 31, 2022
From GWAS loci to blood pressure genes, variants & mechanisms
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