Omar El-Charif is a resident physician in the Department of Internal Medicine at Yale New Haven within the Physician-Scientist Training Program. Dr. El-Charif's research interests involve using high-throughput multi-omic data to develop predictive signatures that personalize diagnostic, prognostic, and therapeutic decisions. His expertise includes Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS), transcriptomics, functional SNP analysis, and eQTL-mapping. He is also passionate about teaching-learning and medical education. Aside from work, he loves to listen to, play, and compose music, and pursue the best of each dish in town.
|Doran J. Stephens Prize||University of Rochester School of Medicine||2022|
|Gold Humanism Award||2022|
|Alpha Omega Alpha||2022|