People


King Jordan

Associate Professor, School of Biological Sciences
Georgia Institute of Technology
Research Interests

The Jordan lab works to develop and apply computational approaches to public health challenges; our research efforts entail the large-scale analysis of various omic data sets.  We are particularly interested in human clinical and population genomics with an emphasis on the relationship between human ancestry and genomic determinants of health.  Our group also studies the role that transposable elements play in regulating the expression of the human genome.