Aravinda Chakravarti

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Aravinda Chakravarti
Born (1954-02-06)6 February 1954 [1]
Calcutta, India
Residence India
United States
Fields Genetics
Institutions Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Case Western Reserve University
University of Pittsburgh
The Pennsylvania State University
University of Washington
Alma mater Indian Statistical Institute
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Thesis The Utility of Linked Marker Genes in Genetic Counseling [1] (1979)
Doctoral students Sherri J. Bale (1984)
Kenneth H. Buetow (1985)
Judith A. Badner (1988)
Susan A. Slaugenhaupt (1991)
Tara K. Cox (1992)
Sarah S. Washington (1993)
Misha Angrist (1996)
Erik Puffenberger (1996)
Stacey (Bolk) Gabriel (1998)
Hee-Kyung Hong (1998)
Marc Halushka (1999)
Audrey Lynn (1999)
Minerva Carrasquillo (2000)
Debra Mathews (2002)
Other notable students Jeffrey Long (post-doc)
Susan Halloran (post-doc)
Viken Matossian (post-doc)
Sarah Shaw (post-doc)
Myriam Fornage (post-doc)
Swapan Nath (post-doc)
Sanober Shaik (post-doc)
Sanghamitra SenGupta (post-doc)
Hee-Kyung Hong (post-doc)
Jenny McDonough (post-doc)
Audrey Lynn (post-doc)
Denise Yan (post-doc)
David Cutler (post-doc)
Minerva Carrasquillo (post-doc)
Michael Zwick (post-doc)
Andrew McCallion (post-doc)
Notable awards William Allan Award (2013) [2]
Website
https://aravindachakravartilab.org/pro/Home.html

Dr. Aravinda Chakravarti (born 6 February 1954, Calcutta) is a human geneticist, an expert in computational biology and the 2008 President of the American Society of Human Genetics.[3][4]

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