Professor of Immunology and Infectious Diseases
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Immunology and Infectious Diseases
FAS - Harvard
Northwest Lab Building, Rm. 469.30
52 Oxford Street
Cambridge MA 02138
|University of Oxford||M.Sc.||1998|
|University of Oxford||D.Phil.||2003|
|Harvard Medical School||M.D.||2006|
Dr. Sabeti's lab focuses on developing new analytical and genomic methods to study evolutionary adaptation and genetic diversity in humans and pathogens, with three current research foci: (1) Identifying and characterizing the underlying adaptive changes that have shaped the human species over time; and (2) Investigating genetic diversity in pathogens such as Lassa virus, Ebola virus, Zika virus, and Babesia microti, towards improved diagnostics, surveillance, and interventions, and (3) Developing novels tools to detect and diagnose microbes causing human morbidity and mortality.
Family-based Genome-Wide Association Study of Cholera Susceptibility in the Ganges Delta
Summer, 06/07/12 - 08/07/12
Genetic basis of resistance to Lassa Fever in West Africa
Summer, 06/16/14 - 08/15/14
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