Will is a PhD student in the Genomic and Computational Biology (GCB) program at Penn. He graduated from St. Mary’s College of Maryland with a degree in biology and biochemistry in 2012. After college, Will did rare disease genomics research first as post-bac IRTA at the NIH, and then at Agilent Technologies. Will started graduate school in 2017 and has been studying the pleiotropy of complex diseases using multi-trait GWAS. He was co-advised by Marylyn Ritchie and myself. He won the Saul Winegrad Dissertation Award (2023) for GCB!
In 2023, Will took a job as a Computational Biologist for Recursion, Inc.
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