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My goal is to develop and understand common analytical 
methods used in genetics, primarily by
 using linear algebra to address the statistical and computational hurdles particular to modern genetic data
.

I currently work on methods for genetic heterogeneity as a postdoc at UCSF, like RGWAS and GxEMMI developed multi-trait mixed models in my PhD at Oxford, including penalized MPMMs and phenix, and theory on heritability. I worked on a variant of STRUCTURE in undergrad at UChicago.

Contact

Rock Hall, UCSF
1550 4th Street
SF, CA, 94158

andywdahl@gmail.com