Young Investigator Profile: Gina Peloso

Genetics of Heart Disease

Postdoctoral researcher, Massachusetts General Hospital and the Broad Institute

Recommended by Chris O'Donnell, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Though she was a biology major as an undergraduate, Gina Peloso just kept on taking math classes, which she then combined for a biostatistics PhD. Biostatistics, she said, brought together both the math she was good at and the biological questions she was interested in answering.

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