Welcome to the PolimanTEAM!
Our group is conducting research across multiple domains including Human Genetics, Biological Psychiatry, Evolutionary Biology, Statistical Genetics, and Computational Biology. The overarching goal of our efforts is to understand the link between the human genome and phenome from multiple perspectives. We are part of the Yale Psychiatry Division of Human Genetics, which is located in the Veterans Affairs Connecticut Healthcare Center, West Haven, Connecticut. Our ongoing studies are currently funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorder, the National Institute on Mental Health, the Department of the Veterans Affairs, the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, and One Mind. Additionally, we are also involved in large collaborative projects including the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium, the Million Veteran Program, and COVID-19 Host Genetic Initiative.
We are always looking forward to recruiting enthusiastic and curious scientists. Get in touch to learn more about current opportunities to support potential trainees.
Collaborative Centers and Programs
- Division of Human Genetics, Department of Psychiatry
- Yale Center for Biomedical Data Science
- Yale Center for Genomic Health
Psychiatric Genomics Consortium, Substance Use Disorder Workgroup
Psychiatric Genomics Consortium, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Workgroup
Million Veteran Program,The United States Department of Veterans Affairs
- National Center for PTSD, The United States Department of Veterans Affairs
COVID-19 Host Genetics Initiative