The Huang lab develops cutting-edge computational methods to tackle problems arising from the human genetics research. Despite that we often draw inspirations from our work on the genetics of inflammatory bowel diseases and psychiatric disorders, methods that we develop can be applied broadly to most human complex disorders and traits.
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The Huang lab is a member of the Stanley Center Global and leads the Stanley Center Asia Initiatives. Therefore, we are particularly interested in psychiatric genetics research problems in the Asia populations and across global populations.
The Huang lab leads and contributes to inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) genetics studies through collaborations with the international IBD genetics consortium (IIBDGC), the Daly Lab, the Xavier Lab and as a member of the Center for the Study of IBD at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Huang Lab publishes “Comparative genetic architectures of schizophrenia in East Asian and European populations” in Nature Genetics
Huang lab publishes Genome-wide Association Studies in Ancestrally Diverse Populations: Opportunities, Methods, Pitfalls, and Recommendations in Cell
Ruize Liu received ACGA postdoctoral Basic Science Trainee Award.
Max Lam (together with Chia-Yen Chen in the Neale lab) received Elliot Gershon Paper of the Year Award in WCPG
Welcome Baijia Li! Bailjia joins the Huang Lab as a visiting graduate student sponsored by the China Scholarship Council.
Hailiang Huang received the NARSAD Young Investigator Award to study the contribution of the MHC locus to schizophrenia in the East Asia populations.
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The Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research
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