Young Investigator Profile: Mohammed Uddin

Genetic Connection to Autism

Postdoctoral Fellow, The Hospital for Sick Children

Recommended by Steve Scherer, The Hospital for Sick Children

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – As a PhD student, Mohammed Uddin studied genomic hotspot regions using next-generation sequencing and other genomic tools. As these regions have been linked to autism spectrum and other neuropsychiatric disorders, when Uddin started searching for a postdoc position he looked for one that focused on autism.

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