Dr. Matthew Thomas TegtmeyerAssistant Professor
PROFESSIONAL FACULTY RESEARCH
Research in my lab utilizes stem cell biology and human genetics to draw links between cell biology and quantitative and translational genomics. We develop and implement novel experimental paradigms to scale in vitro biological systems to ‘population’ levels which enable large scale human phenomics.
The lab will emphasize four main themes: (1) expand on the integration of cellular and genomic tools to guide the design of functional validations for quantitative genetic studies across organisms; (2) leverage human model systems for drug discovery, with a principle focus on understanding the genetic influences on treatment response; (3) developing novel computational and statistical approaches for mult-modal and multi-omic data integration; and (4) apply gene-editing technologies to investigate disease associated genetic variation.
Ph.D. in Neurogenetics, Centre for Gene Therapy and Regenerative Medicine, King’s College London, 2023
(in partnership with the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research, Broad Institute)
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatric, Indiana University School of Medicine
Research Fellow, AnalytiXIN
Visiting Scientist, Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research, Broad Institute