Frank Wendt

Assistant Professor
University of Toronto Mississauga

Dr. Frank Wendt is a genetic epidemiologist affiliated with Anthropology, Biostatistics, and Forensic Science. He specializes in the development and application of statistical genetics methods for understanding the cause and consequence of pleiotropy across the human phenome. His group currently uses computational methods to understand the role of single nucleotide and tandem repetitive polymorphisms in shaping the correlative and causal landscape of psychopathologies, behavioral phenotypes, lifestyle factors, peripheral diagnoses, etc.

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