Logan Brase, BS
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Logan is a PhD student in the Human and Statistical Genetics Program. He has a Bachelor’s degrees in Bioinformatics and Genetics & Biotechnology from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Prior to joining Washington University, Logan worked to develop a computational tool, ExtRamp, which dynamically identifies the ‘ramp’ sequence from the beginning of genes. He joined our lab in 2019 where he currently uses single nucleus RNA-seq to understand the genetic underpinnings of Alzheimer disease pathology at cell specific resolution.