Professor Michael Inouye

 

Professor Michael Inouye is Director of the Cambridge Baker Systems Genomics Initiative, a Principal Researcher in the Department of Primary Care and Public Health at the University of Cambridge, Munz Chair of Cardiovascular Prediction and Prevention at the Baker Institute, and Turing Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute. His research interests lie at the interface of machine learning, biology and healthcare. In particular, the lab has major research programs in (i) design, application and cataloging of polygenic scores, (ii) methods and applications for integrative analysis of genomic and systems-level biomolecular data, (iii) host interactions of microbiota/pathogens and their role in disease, and (iv) approaches for environment-friendly bioinformatics and HPC/cloud computing.