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Sara Garamszegi, Ph.D.
Sara Garamszegi is a bioinformatics scientist in the Cancer Program at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard working under the direction of Helga Thorvaldsdøttir and Jill Mesirov. She works on GenomeSpace, an open-source platform that facilitates integrative genomics analyses using a web-based interface that connects multiple bioinformatics desktop tools, web-based applications, visualizers, and data resources. She is responsible for outreach and recipe curation for the GenomeSpace Recipe Resource, a repository of short, stand-alone guides that aid biologists and clinicians without a computational biology background in completing common bioinformatics tasks using GenomeSpace.
Garamszegi joined the Broad Institute in 2014 after completing her doctorate in bioinformatics at Boston University. She holds a bachelor's degree in biology and computer science from the University of Miami. Among her numerous honors are a National Science Foundation graduate research fellowship, a NSF Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship, and the Norma DiMarco Summer Research Fellowship Award from the Florida division of the American Cancer Society.
Contact Sara Garamszegi at firstname.lastname@example.org.