Yang I. Li

Assistant Professor
Department of Medicine and the College

Yang I. Li’s research interests include population genomics, gene regulation, disease, and alternative splicing. His laboratory uses state-of-the-art computational, genetic, and molecular biology tools to understand mechanisms of disease and gene regulation.

His research has been published in Cell, bioRxiv, Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, Science, Cell Reports, Genome Research, and Bioinformatics.

Li received a BSc, joint honours in mathematics and computer science, from McGill University. He earned an MPhil from the University of Liverpool, followed by a DPhil in clinical medicine (evolutionary genomics) from the University of Oxford. He recently completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford University, with support from its Center for Computational, Evolutionary, and Human Genomics.

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