Principal Investigators —

Genetic & metabolic diseases Core Group

The objective of the Genetic & metabolic disorders core group is to initiate collaborative projects that address health-related applications (diagnostics, pharmacogenomics, precision medicine tools, etc.) to advance the understanding of the molecular mechanisms of certain diseases with the potential of uncovering novel therapeutic approaches. The group is also involved in applying inducible pluripotent stem cell and organoid technologies to the study of metabolic and genetic diseases.  

Genetic & metabolic diseases — Core group

Antonio Adamo

Assistant Professor, Bioscience

Bruno Reversade

Professor, Bioscience

Charlotte Hauser

Professor, Bioengineering

Christian Froekjaer Jensen

Assistant Professor, Bioscience

David Gomez-Cabrero

Associate Professor, Bioscience

Jasmeen Merzaban

Associate Professor, Bioscience

Leena Ali Ibrahim

Assistant Professor, Bioscience

Lukasz Jaremko

Assistant Professor, Bioscience

Mariusz Jaremko

Assistant Professor, Bioscience

Mo Li

Assistant Professor, Bioscience

Niveen M. Khashab

Professor, Chemistry Chair, Chemistry Program

Qiaoqiang Gan

Professor, Material Science and Engineering

Robert Hoehndorf

Associate Professor, Computer Science

Sahika Inal

Associate Professor, Bioengineering

Stefan T. Arold

Professor, Bioscience Associate Dean, Biological and Environmental Science and Engineering Division

Takashi Gojobori

Distinguished Professor, Bioscience Acting Director, Computational Bioscience Research Center

Valerio Orlando

Professor, Bioscience

Xin Gao

Professor, Computer Science; Interim Director, Computational Bioscience Research Center (CBRC); Deputy Director, Smart Health Initiative (SHI); Lead, Structural and Functional Bioinformatics (SFB) Group;