Donghoon Lee, PhD
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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Genetics and Genomic Sciences
Research Topics
Alzheimer's Disease, Bioinformatics, Brain, Computational Biology, Epigenomics, Genetics, Genomics, Microglia, Neural Networks, Neuroscience, Psychiatry

PhD, Yale University

Postdoc, Yale University

BS, Washington University


Selected Publications

Transcriptomic sex differences in postmortem brain samples from patients with psychiatric disorders. Yan Xia, Cuihua Xia, Yi Jiang, Yu Chen, Jiaqi Zhou, Rujia Dai, Cong Han, Zhongzheng Mao, Chunyu Liu, Chao Chen, Schahram Akbarian, Alexej Abyzov, Nadav Ahituv, Dhivya Arasappan, Jose Juan Almagro Armenteros, Brian J. Beliveau, Jaroslav Bendl, Sabina Berretta, Rahul A. Bharadwaj, Arjun Bhattacharya, Lucy Bicks, Kristen Brennand, Davide Capauto, Frances A. Champagne, Tanima Chatterjee, Chris Chatzinakos, Yuhang Chen, H. Isaac Chen, Yuyan Cheng, Lijun Cheng, Andrew Chess, Jo Fan Chien, Zhiyuan Chu, Declan Clarke, Ashley Clement, Leonardo Collado-Torres, Gregory M. Cooper, Nikolaos P. Daskalakis, John F. Fullard, Kiran Girdhar, Vahram Haroutunian, Gabriel E. Hoffman, Alex Kozlenkov, Donghoon Lee, Dalila Pinto, Towfique Raj, Panos Roussos, Robert Sebra, Georgios Voloudakis, Biao Zeng. Science Translational Medicine

Evaluating performance and applications of sample-wise cell deconvolution methods on human brain transcriptomic data. Rujia Dai, Tianyao Chu, Ming Zhang, Xuan Wang, Alexandre Jourdon, Feinan Wu, Jessica Mariani, Flora M. Vaccarino, Donghoon Lee, John F. Fullard, Gabriel E. Hoffman, Panos Roussos, Yue Wang, Xusheng Wang, Dalila Pinto, Sidney H. Wang, Chunling Zhang, Chao Chen, Chunyu Liu. Science advances

Genetic regulation of cell type–specific chromatin accessibility shapes brain disease etiology. Biao Zeng, Jaroslav Bendl, Chengyu Deng, Donghoon Lee, Ruth Misir, Sarah M. Reach, Steven P. Kleopoulos, Pavan Auluck, Stefano Marenco, David A. Lewis, Vahram Haroutunian, Nadav Ahituv, John F. Fullard, Gabriel E. Hoffman, Panos Roussos. Science

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