We’re an interdisciplinary computational group solving challenges of multiomic data science in biology and medicine.
We have a particular interest in problems concerning the spatial and functional organization of the genome: deciphering the states of chromatin and processes that act upon it to govern cell fate.
Nezar received his PhD from MIT in Leonid Mirny's group, specializing in the 3D organization of the genome and its relationship to the epigenome. His work has contributed to the discovery and understanding of the biophysical processes shaping genomes and laid foundational open source software for 3C/Hi-C analysis.
Research Software Engineer
We are looking for motivated computational biologists to join our team.
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