Sometimes you eat the bar and sometimes the bar eats you
--- the big lebowski

Eichler Lab

Department of Genome Sciences,
University of Washington

Zev Kronenberg


Postdoctoral Fellow
Office Phone: (206) 685-7336
Office Location: S433D
Email: zevk [AT] u.washington.edu

Professional Experience


Postdoctoral Fellow
Dept. Genome Sciences, U. Washington, Seattle, WA, USA
2015-current

Education


Ph.D., Human Genetics
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
Dissertation title: "Genotype-phenotype association using high throughput sequencing data"
2015
M.S., Biological Sciences University of Idaho, Moscow, ID
Thesis title: "Asymmetrical adaption in a two host viral chemostat"
2010
B.S., Molecular Biology & Biochemistry University of Idaho, Moscow, ID 2007

Research Interests


I am interested in the phenotypic consequences of structural variation. The ability to rapidly and accurately identify structural variants associated with diseases or other phenotypic variations is an ongoing bioinformatics challenge. Currently, I am writing software for population-level structural variation identification and association testing.

Interests


skiing, climbing and traveling