Center Overview

The Center for Computational and Quantitative Genetics (CCQG) is a highly interdisciplinary program that seeks to catalyze research and training across Emory University at the interface between statistical/computational sciences and human genetics. The vision of the CCQG is to create an intellectual home for quantitative and computational scientists to collaborate on ongoing topics in genetics-oriented precision medicine efforts. The CCQG will promote the development of valuable statistical and computational tools for precision-medicine efforts and also assist in the application of such tools to relevant genetic studies of human health and disease. The CCQG also will foster a valuable training environment for predoctoral students and postdoctoral fellows pursuing careers in quantitative and computational genetics.

Michael P. Epstein, Ph.D.

Professor of Human Genetics

Director, Center for Computational and Quantitative Genetics