Allegra Petti, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
Her research is focused on understanding intratumoral heterogeneity, tumor evolution, and the tumor microenvironment at single cell resolution. She uses computational approaches to analyze, integrate, and interpret large-scale genomic data, with an emphasis on single-cell RNA-sequencing data. She completed a PhD in Genetics in the laboratory of George Church at Harvard Medical School, and a postdoctoral fellowship in Systems Biology with David Botstein at Princeton University. She was Research Faculty under the mentorship of Tim Ley at Washington University and the McDonnell Genome Institute.
Location: United States