Yosuke Tanigawa is a Postdoctoral Associate at MIT Computational Biology Lab (PI: Dr. Manolis Kellis). His research interests are in various topics in population genomics, specifically focusing on the analysis of large-scale datasets.
Please check CV, Publications, and/or Google Scholar profile for list of publications and pre-prints. Please also check Resources page for datasets, analysis and visualization scripts, and web applications from our research activities (mainly from the Rivas lab and the Bejerano lab).
- Application of statistical genetics for human disease genetic studies. I am specifically interested in the analysis of population biobanks.
- Statistical and computational method development for large-scale datasets in the context of human genomic studies.
- Functional analysis of non-coding regions in the human genome. I am specifically interested in the analysis of transcription factors.
I write blog posts mostly on computing tips, including:
- GWAS and genetic analyses with PLINK2 and pgenlibr
- Notes on Apache Columnar format
- Working with very small values in R
- Commonly used commands in high performance cluster computing with Slurm workload manager
- 2022.01.01: Happy New Year!
- cf. News Archive
Email is the best contact to reach out to me. If you do not get a reply within two days, please do not hesitate to follow-up. Thank you very much for your interest in our work.
yosuke <dot> tanigawa [at] alumni <dot> stanford <dot> edu
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