Hall Lab News
Dr. Molly Hall named recipient of the Dr. Frances Keesler Graham Early Career Professorship. Read more here.
Graduate students, Jiayan Zhou and Kristin Passero present their first posters at the American Society of Human Genetics in Houston
Molly Hall moderated ASHG 2019 Houston session: “What about the phenotype? Integrating electronic health records to drive discovery in precision health” with Anna Basile at New York Genome Center. The session included exciting talks from Dana Crawford (Case Western), Dokyoon Kim (UPenn), Marylyn Ritchie (UPenn), and Nicholas Tatonetti (Columbia).
Congratulations to Jiayan Zhou for passing his candidacy exam!
Kristin Passero’s first first-author paper was accepted at the Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing (PSB), which we will present in Hawaii January 2020, titled “Phenome-wide association studies on cardiovascular health and fatty acids considering phenotype quality control practices for epidemiological data” https://psb.stanford.edu/
Congratulations to Kristin Passero for earning the Huck Travel Award to ASHG in Houston for her poster titled “Considering phenotype quality-control practices for phenome-wide association studies using epidemiological data”