Katerina Kechris
Associate Professor
Biostatistics and Informatics Colorado School of Public Health

Room W3133, Building 500
Anschutz Medical Campus

Education

  • PhD in Statistics, University of California Berkeley, 2003
  • MA in Statistics, University of California Berkeley, 1999
  • BS in Applied Mathematics, University of California Los Angeles, 1997

Research Interests

Development and application of statistical methods for analyzing high throughput omics data.

Current Research

  • NIH/NIAAA R01 AA021131 (9/13 - 8/18, Role: PI) Genome-wide Identification of miRNAs Associated with Alcoholism Endophenotypes.
  • NIH/NIDDK R01 DK100340 (7/14-6/18, Role: multi-PI with D. Dabelea, I. Yang) Epigenetic Marks of in utero Exposure to Gestational Diabetes
  • NIH/NHLBI R21 HL140376 (9/17-8/19, Role: multi-PI with R. Bowler, F. Banaei-Kashani) Omics Data Integration to Identify Disease Pathways in COPD