Harvard's Sunyaev on Exon Resequencing's Ability to Find Human Trait Genes | GenomeWeb

ShamilSunyaev2.jpgName: Shamil Sunyaev
Title: Assistant professor of medicine, Harvard Medical School, and research geneticist, Brigham and Women's Hospital, since 2002
Age: 38
Experience and Education:
• Postdoctoral fellow, then scientific staff member, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, 1998-2002

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