To consult the statistician after an experiment is finished is often merely to ask him to conduct a post mortem examination. He can perhaps say what the experiment died of.
--- Ronald Fisher

Eichler Lab

Department of Genome Sciences,
University of Washington

Arvis Sulovari


Postdoctoral Fellow
Office Phone: (206) 543-9698
Office Location: S340/S413A
Email: arvis [AT] u.washington.edu

Professional Experience


Postdoctoral Fellow
Dept. Genome Sciences, U. Washington, Seattle, WA, USA
2017-current
Computational Geneticist
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Hanover, NH, USA
2010-2012

Education


Ph.D., Human Genetics and Genomics
University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, USA
2017
A.B., Human Genetics and Computer Science Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA 2010

Research Interests


My broad research interests lie in the interface between human genomics and statistical genetics and its application to complex diseases. Specifically, my current research seeks to add to and further refine our laboratory’s structural variation morbidity map for autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disability. We are accomplishing this by leveraging whole-genome data from large family cohorts for structural variation identification and disease association. Furthermore, I will use existing methodologies and help develop new approaches to establish disease relevance of rare structural variation.

Selected Publications


Sulovari, A., Liu, Z., Zhu, Z., Li, D. Genome-wide Meta-analysis of Copy Number Variations with Alcohol Dependence. The Pharmacogenomics Journal 2017

Sulovari, A., Chen, Y., Hudziak, JJ., Li, D. Atlas of Human Diseases Influenced by Genetic Variants with Extreme Allele Frequency Differences. Human Genetics 2017