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Su H. Chu, PhD

Research Areas: integrative omics; causal inference; metabolomics; developmental origins of health and disease; molecular epidemiology; statistical genetics

Dr. Su H. Chu is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and an associate statistician at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. A biostatistician and molecular epidemiologist by training, her current research focus revolves around characterizing the integrative metabolomic landscape of asthma and ADHD comorbidity observed in childhood and across the lifecourse. She has developed novel methods for integrative multiomic gene set analysis, and led one of the first epigenome-wide applications of mediation analysis. Dr. Chu also serves on the Executive Steering Committee of the Consortium of Metabolomics Studies (COMETS; supported by the National Cancer Institute), and is the chair of its Statistics Working Group.

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