2005 Research Highlights

Amanda Gaudreau, an MIT freshman, compared dog and human polymorphisms to identify mutation rates in the human genome.
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Whitney Green, a Princeton University junior, evaluated the association of several genes with diabetes and obesity.
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Jean Junior, a Harvard freshman, improved the utility of Gene Set Enrichment Analysis (GSEA), a microarray analysis technology.
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Alejandro "Alex" Palma, a sophomore at MIT, evaluated a new approach to detecting selection in the human genome.
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Maya Solomon, a sophomore at Washington University, analyzed Broad's world-leading genome sequencing process to identify new ways to optimize cost and efficiency without compromising quality.
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