Casey E Romanoski
Assistant Professor, Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Assistant Professor, Clinical Translational Sciences
Assistant Professor, Genetics - GIDP
Research Fellow, BIO5 Institute
My laboratory aims to identify the genetic and environmental reasons that certain individuals are predisposed to develop complex diseases like heart disease. We use new technologies, experimental, and computational approaches to identify molecular patterns indicative of disease predisposition.
Our laboratory is both experimental and computational. We use next-generation sequencing technologies to measure genome-wide molecular phenotypes. By leveraging the interconnected relationships between DNA sequence, transcription factor binding, chromatin modification, and gene expression, we study how cells achieve context-appropriate expression patterns and signal responsiveness. Lab Website: www.romanoskilab.com Keywords: Genetics, Genomics, Vascular Biology, Bioinformatics