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      HudsonAlpha, East Alabama Health expanding employee genomic health program

      East Alabama Health is expanding the employee genomic health program it offers through The HudsonAlpha Health Alliance, LLC. This new component will offer pharmacogenomic testing to eligible employees and their covered dependents interested in learning more about their response to certain medications.

      UAH graduate student awarded NIH grant to support research at HudsonAlpha

      Stephanie Felker, a third year PhD candidate who is doing her graduate research in Dr. Greg Cooper’s lab at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, has been selected by the NIH to receive a Ruth L. Kirschstein Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award (F31).

      HudsonAlpha’s Statement on Racial Justice and Racial Equity

      For HudsonAlpha, supporting racial justice entails actively opposing racism, striving to become an inclusive workplace, and exercising equity at all levels within the organization. Improving the human condition starts with each of us.

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      HudsonAlpha Faculty

      HudsonAlpha internationally-renowned faculty members are committed to making impactful discoveries in genomics and genetics that improve health and create a more sustainable world.

      Richard M. Myers, PhD
      Faculty Investigator

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      Ph.D. in Biochemistry, University of California Berkeley

      Genomic and genetic analysis of human traits and diseases.

      Richard M. Myers, PhD, President and Science Director and M. A. Loya Chair in Genomics at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology. The Myers lab focuses on applying functional genomics and genetics approaches to understanding how genes and regulatory regions contribute to basic biology, human disease, responses to the environment and population genetics.

      Devin Absher, PhD
      Faculty Investigator

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      Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Emory University

      Epigenomic analysis of complex human traits and diseases

      Devin Absher, PhD, uses the epigenome to study complex diseases and traits, especially autoimmune disease, cardiovascular disease, cancer and aging.

      Greg Barsh, MD, PhD
      Faculty Investigator

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      M.D. and Ph.D. in pathology, University of Washington, Seattle

      Genetic architecture of morphologic variation

      Greg Barsh, MD, PhD, Smith Family Chair in Genomics at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, studies the genetic mechanisms that underlie differences in individual appearance and that could give new insight into both basic biology and human disease.

      David Bick, MD
      Faculty Investigator

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      MD, George Washington University School of Medicine
      Human clinical genetics

      David Bick, MD, is a clinical geneticist with more than 20 years experience diagnosing and treating children with genetic disorders. Bick is the medical director of the Smith Family Clinic for Genomic Medicine on the HudsonAlpha campus and the Laboratory Director for the Clinical Services Lab.

      Josh Clevenger, PhD
      Faculty Investigator

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      PhD in Plant Breeding, Genetics, & Genomics, University of Georgia

      Using genomics for crop improvement

      Josh Clevenger, PhD, focuses on using genomics for crop improvement, especially crops in the southeast and Alabama.

      Greg Cooper, PhD
      Faculty Investigator

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      Ph.D. in Genetics, Stanford University

      Human Genetics and Genomics

      Greg Cooper, PhD, researches the structures, functions and evolutionary histories of human genomes, with an emphasis on applying genomic approaches to study human disease.

      Sara Cooper, PhD
      Faculty Investigator

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      Ph.D. in Genetics, Stanford University

      Metabolomics

      Sara Cooper, PhD, focuses on combining metabolomics with genomics and applying that data to pancreatic and ovarian cancer. ?

      Jane Grimwood, PhD
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      Ph.D. in Microbiology, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

      Genomic resource development for plants

      Jane Grimwood, PhD, co-directs the Genome Sequencing Center at HudsonAlpha, managing one of the few centers in the world that produces, analyzes and interprets genomic data on economically important plant and organism species to improve crop breeding and other agricultural practices.

      Jian Han, MD, PhD
      Faculty Investigator

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      M.D., SuZhou Medical College, China; Ph.D. University of Alabama at Birmingham

      Technology development to advance medical science

      Jian Han, MD, PhD, focuses on developing integrated solutions for molecular differential diagnosis and mapping the personalized immunorepertoire.

      Alex Harkess, PhD
      Faculty Investigator

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      PhD in Plant Biology, University of Georgia

      Plant Reproductive, Evolutionary, and Comparative Genomics

      Alex Harkess , PhD studies plant reproductive, evolutionary, and comparative genomics. His research has focused on the evolution and function of small RNA pathways, the evolution of sex chromosomes in plants, and broad-scale comparative genomics.

      Neil Lamb, PhD
      Faculty Investigator

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      Ph.D. in Genetics and Molecular Biology, Emory University

      Educational outreach relating to genetics, genomics and biotechnology

      Neil Lamb, PhD, oversees all educational programming developed at HudsonAlpha as vice president for educational outreach. Lamb creates innovative teacher training, student experiences, public enrichment, classroom kits and digital resources that re-shape how science education is delivered.

      Shawn Levy, PhD
      Faculty Investigator

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      Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Emory University

      Technology development and automation, informatics, genomic variation

      Shawn Levy, PhD, uses high performance genotyping and sequencing technologies to support projects from plant and animal phylogenetic studies to translational and clinical based projects at the Genomic Services Laboratory and the Clinical Services Laboratory.

      Elaine Lyon, PhD, FACMG
      Faculty Investigator

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      PhD in medical genetics, University of Alabama at Birmingham

      Promoting high quality and appropriate clinical genomic testing
      Elaine Lyon, PhD, FACMG, uses high performance genotyping and sequencing technologies to empower the use of molecular genomics in a clinical setting to diagnose inherited diseases or predict susceptibility to disease through the Clinical Services Laboratory.

      Jeremy Schmutz
      Faculty Investigator

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      B.S. in computer science, B.S. in biology, North Central College

      Whole genome sequencing and assembly, population genomics

      Jeremy Schmutz co-directs the Genome Sequencing Center at HudsonAlpha, managing one of the few centers in the world that produces, analyzes and interprets genomic data on economically important plant and organism species to improve crop breeding and other agricultural practices.

      Kankshita Swaminathan, PhD
      Faculty Investigator

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      PhD in Biology, Dartmouth College

      Understanding the role of the rhizome in resource reallocation and perenniality.

      Kankshita Swaminathan, PhD, studies the role of the rhizome in nutrient storage and reproduction in plants. She is interested in how perennial plants remobilize nutrients year after year.

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      Our Genomic Research

      Since opening its doors in 2008, HudsonAlpha has further secured its role as a global leader in biotechnology and genomic research. We’ve made discoveries in ALS, childhood genetic disorders and kidney cancer; expanded research in bipolar and schizophrenia and continued critical research in other devastating conditions, including cancer, Parkinson’s, lupus, multiple sclerosis and more.

      Our agriscience team specializes in applying genomic techniques to understand how plants function in response to environmental stimuli. The HudsonAlpha Genome Sequencing Center is a global leader in providing de novo whole genome sequencing, assembly and analysis.

      Vision

      • To leverage the synergy between discovery, education, medicine, and economic development in genomic sciences to improve the human condition around the globe.

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