Min-Lee Yang, M.S.,M.A.
I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics (DCMB), with over ten years of extensive analytical experience in large-scale genomic data. With interdisciplinary academic training, my primary research interest is investigating genetic risk factors for human cardiovascular diseases using computational and statistical methods. I am currently working for Dr. Santhi Ganesh in the department of internal medicine. I utilized MGI as an external large control sample pool to compare the patients collected in our lab with arterial diseases to identify genetic variant risks to the study group.
arterial dissease genetic studies
Human genetics | bioinformatics | internal medicine
Genetics / Genomics / other OMICS
- Principal investigator of: Defining the genetic and genomic basis of sex-dimorphic presentations of cardiovascular diseases using integrative genomics