Dr. Satija’s group focuses on developing computational and experimental methods to sequence and interpret the molecular contents of a single cell. His group applies single cell genomics to understand the causes and consequences of cell-to-cell variation, with a particular focus on immune regulation and early development.
Dr. Satija holds a BS in Biology and Music from Duke University, and obtained his PhD in Statistics from Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar. Prior to joining NYGC, he was a postdoctoral researcher at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT, where he developed new methods for single cell analysis.
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