Our lab conducts research to tackle questions surrounding human health from a mechanistic/biological perspective, using and developing (as needed) statistical and computational tools, and machine learning techniques. Specifically, we disentangle patterns to identify genetic contributors for human traits that are a result of a combination of many genes and the environment. We are focused on disorders of the brain, and the interplay between the brain and heart. I also transmit this information through teaching.
Sarah was interviewed by the Montreal Heart Institute Foundation for their blog (in French).
Assistant Professor/Professeure sous-octroi adjointe, Departments of Medicine and Neurosciences, Université de Montréal, Canada, July 2020-present
Researcher, Montréal Heart Institute, Canada, July 2020-present
Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Precision Health Scholar 2019-2020), Biostatistics, University of Michigan, USA, 2016-2020
International Research Fellowship in Neuroscience, Weston Brain Institute, King's College London, UK, 2016
Ph.D., Institute of Medical Science, University of Toronto, Canada, 2016
Honours B.Sc., University of Toronto, Canada, 2012