Stacey Gabriel is a human geneticist with a research interest in large-scale genomics research. The organization that she leads operates as one of the largest sequencing centers in the world and continually explores, validates, optimizes, and implements new technologies, methods, and analysis tools to meet the needs of the scientific community. She has played a central role in the development of methods for generating and analyzing data using genomic technologies for both cancer and medical genetics studies. Her research on the haplotype structure of the human genome provided foundation for the Human HapMap Project. She directs the Broad Institute’s execution in flagship large-scale projects including the Human HapMap, the 1000 Genomes Project, The Cancer Genome Atlas, and the All of Us Research Program. During the covid-19 pandemic Dr. Gabriel led the development and execution of a commercial-scale diagnostic testing and viral surveillance activity.
Track Chair: Cindy Lawley, Olink