The lab is located in the University of Utah Research Park.
421 Wakara Way, Suite 140,
Salt Lake City, Utah
801.581.4080 FAX 801.581.4297 www.bmi.utah.edu
Karen Eilbeck, PhD
Associate Professor of Biomedical Informatics
Adjunct in Human Genetics
Phone: 801 585 9934
google scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ccf6djEAAAAJ&hl=en
PhD student starting fall 2017
PhD student started Spring 2019
MS student focus Sequence Annotation Data Standards. Started fall 2020
Shawn works for the Utah Genome Project, and he is a member of the ClinGen Datamodel working group and the GA4GH variant model group.
PhD Graduate Student – NLM
Nicole is interested in genomic variant annotation.
Truc Thuy Vuong
MS Graduate Student
University of Indian PhD program
works at 3M
Jason Singer PhD
Works at ARUP
Michael Sinclair PhD
NLM Post Doctoral Fellow
Moved the the University of Maryland
Graduated Masters Student – graduated with Masters, titled:
A versatile data query tool for the ClinVar database. Alex now works in the lab as a developer.
Works at Myriad Genetics
Keith Simmon PhD
Graduated PhD Student – Pathology fellowship, and recipient of the Richard A. and Carol M. Fay Endowed Graduate Fellowship. Keith was part of the Taxonomer project for metagenomic analysis. Keith currently works for ARUP.
Shale Dames PhD
Shale graduated with a PhD, titled:
Development of a Clinical Next generation Sequencing Assay for Mitochondrial Disorders. Shale currently works at ARUP.
Senior Research Specialist/ Director of genomic analysis for Utah Genome Project.
Phone: 801 585 3543
Masters student graduated with a Masters titled:
Investigation of The Effectiveness and Usability of Bioinformatics Tools Utilized in The Analysis of miRNAs Within Colorectal Cancer Biological Pathways
Lila is working for the Department of Epidemiology.
Masters student – graduated with Masters titled: Visualizing conflicting data in ClinVar. Alex works at Ancestry.com
Graduated with Thesis Masters degree titled:
Development and validation of a linkage analysis program to analyze small, single-variant pedigrees for use in clinical variant classification.
Guozhen (Ginger) Fan
MeiYee Law PhD
Post Doc now at Jax