We study how the human genomes varies in structure and sequence and how this genetic variation influences molecular phenotypes in cells and disease risk in human populations.


                                                                 News


07/22/14: Historic support for research on psychiatric disorder: Broad Institute


05/27/14: Perspective “Genome-scale neurogenetics: methodology and meaning” in Nature Neuroscience.


01/17/14: Paper “Random replication of the inactive X chromosome” in Genome Research.


11/06/13: Avery Davis aced her PQE!


11/02/13: Perspective “Our Fallen Genomes” in Science.


10/31/13: Perspective “Progress in the Genetics of Polygenic Brain Disorders: Significant New Challenges

                for Neurobiology” in Neuron.


08/08/13: Paper “Latino genomes point way to hidden DNA: 20 million base pairs mapped” by Genovese et al

                in AJHG. (Press)


08/01/13: Perspective “Of Rats and Men” in Cell.


07/15/13: Graduate student Avery Davis joins the lab.


02/24/13: Paper “Using population admixture to help complete maps of the human genome” by Genovese et al

                in Nature Genetics.


11/21/12: Paper “Differential relationship of DNA replication timing to different forms of human mutation and variation”,

                by Koren et al is published in AJHG.


7/16/12: Postdoc Sulagna Ghosh joins the lab.


7/10/12: McCarroll lab in Harvard Medical School News.


7/01/12: Boettger et al published in Nature Genetics. Congratulations to Linda, Bob, Mike, and Steve.


        McCarroll Lab

        Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School