Kasper is the Managing Director of the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Genomic Mechanisms of Disease, Director of Bioinformatics at the Department of Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School, and in the Leadership Group of the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at Broad Institute.
Julia obtained her bachelor's degree in Neuroscience from the University of New England in 2020. She then joined the Genomics Platform at the Broad Institute where she worked as a Process Development Associate in the COVID-19 testing effort.
Travis obtained his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from Curry College. His undergraduate thesis was the observation of the knockdown of genes in mammalian cells and the resulting changes in expression level. After working at EMD Serono, Takeda and Biogen, he joined the Lage Lab at the Broad in 2022 as a Senior Research Associate in support of research of the genetic causes of autism spectrum disorders and schizophrenia.
Joshua studied Bioengineering at the University of Hong Kong before transferring to Northeastern University, where he is currently majoring in Computer Science and Cognitive Psychology. He has also studied Computer Science and Neuroscience during his exchange year at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Nadine obtained her PhD in Bioengineering from the UCL and completed her post-doctoral training in the human microbiome with Dr. Ramnik Xavier at the Broad Institute. In the Lage Lab, she advises and mentors trainees and staff scientists, enables collaborations and visitor exchanges, and manages research projects through their entire lifecycle. In her free time, she rescues dogs and facilitates their transfer to their forever homes.
Yu-Han obtained her PhD in Biomedical Informatics from Harvard University. Her doctoral research with Dr. Joel Hirschhorn combined metabolomic and genetic data to study obesity. In the Lage Lab, she develops computational methods that integrate cell-type-specific PPI networks with multi-omic data types to study psychiatric and other complex disorders.
Frederik obtained his undergraduate degree in Bioengineering at the Technical University of Denmark and has studied bioinformatics at both the Australian National University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is currently a graduate student at the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics at the University of Oxford.
Daya obtained her BA in Biomedical and Biomathematical Sciences from Hampshire College in 2019. Her undergraduate thesis was on using mathematical modeling to predict the impact of gene editing on HIV therapy. In 2020, Daya joined the Pan Lab in the Stanley Center Therapeutics Group before joining the Lage Lab.
Petra obtained her PhD in Medical Sciences from the MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit at the University of Cambridge. Her doctoral research focused on the study of mitochondrial translation and biogenesis of the mitochondrial ribosome. She joined the Lage Lab as a Postdoctoral Associate in May 2022 to apply computational methods to the study of protein interaction networks in neuropsychiatric disorders and gene regulation in health and disease.
Greta earned her D.Phil. in molecular and cell biology and biochemistry from the University of Oxford. She completed postdoctoral training in the labs of Kevin Eggan and Kasper Lage at the Broad Institute and at Harvard University. She contributed to conceiving experimental plans aimed at combining human genetics, human neural cell models, and biochemistry, to investigate molecular mechanisms affected in neuropsychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders, including autism spectrum disorders, schizophrenia, and post-traumatic stress disorders.
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