Principal Scientist, Institute for Systems Biology
Gustavo Glusman is a principal scientist at the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB). He received his Ph.D. in computational genomics from the Weizmann Institute of Sciences in 2001. His graduate work focused on the genomic structure and evolution of the olfactory receptor gene superfamily.
At ISB, Glusman uses computational approaches to investigate genome structure, function and evolution, and to study disease and wellness genetics. He has developed novel algorithms for gene discovery, for the interpretation of large-scale transcriptomic and genomic data, for family genomics, and for analysis, modeling and visualization of complex data.
Find him on Twitter at @GGlusman.