Biomedical and Translational Informatics Laboratory

Daniel Hui

 Graduate Student

  A301 Richards Building 
  3700 Hamilton Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Current Projects

I am interested in the genetic basis for human traits and diseases, with a focus on cardiometabolic diseases and related anthropometric traits. I am especially interested in using individuals from diverse ancestry and environment in order to facilitate discovering and quantifying the effects of different genetic loci. I hope the research I conduct will improve human health for populations all around the world, especially for conditions that have a large healthcare burden and are significantly genetic in their etiology. 


  • University of Pennsylvania, PhD Genomics and Computational Biology, 2019-Present
  • University of Pittsburgh, B.S. Computer Science,  2013-2017

Research Experience

  •  Graduate Research Assistant, University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine, Fall 2019 - Present. Advisors: Drs. Marylyn Ritchie and Sarah Tishkoff
  • Bioinformatician, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, The Broad Institute, September 2019-May 2019
  • Undergraduate Research Assistant, Children's Hospital of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, University of Pittsburgh, May 2014-May 2017


For the list of my publications please visit Google Scholar