Ryan Collins, Harvard BIG graduate student, gave a platform talk titled 'gnomAD-SV: An open resource of structural variation for medical and population genetics'.
Kiana Mohajeri, Harvard BBS graduate student, gave a platform talk titled 'Mechanistic dissection of chromatin topology disruption as an indirect, strong effect driver of neurodevelopmental disorders'.
Chelsea Lowther, postdoctoral fellow, gave a platform talked titled 'Analyses of 1,268 breakpoints from balanced chromosomal abnormalities reveals patterns of three-dimensional reorganization associated with human developmental anomalies'. She also won the Charles J. Epstein Trainee Award for Excellence in Human Genetic Research!
Rachita Yadav, postdoctoral fellow, presented her poster 'Tissue-specific transcriptional signatures in reciprocal genomic disorders: Insights from mouse brain and human neuronal models'.
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