University of Washington, Seattle
I am an assistant professor in University of California at Davis. My lab is located in UC Davis Genome Center and you can read more about our research at Hormozdiari lab. I used to be a postdoctoral scholar from 2011 to 2015 in the Eichler lab in the Genome Sciences Department at the University of Washington. My research interest is mainly computational algorithm development for genomics and systems biology problems. More information.
Email: fhormozd at ucdavis.edu
Rare Variants in Autism: Study of rare variants with main focus on rare and de novo structural variation (SVs) on autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Structural Variation Discovery: Developing methods for discovery of structural variation in whole-genome sequenced samples (e.g. VariationHunter). Furthermore, studying SVs in disease, evolution or population genetics.