Ph.D. Candidate, Bioinformatics, BUSM
2006 M.S. Computer Science, University of Louisiana, Lafayette, Louisiana
2003 B.E. Computer Science, University of Delhi, India
Badri is a PhD Candidate in the Bioinformatics program at Boston University. His research is focused on whole genome association studies to determine risk variants which play a role in Alzheimer’s disease. He is also actively involved with the substance dependence project to study genetic predisposition to addiction to tobacco, alcohol, opioid and cocaine. His work include in-silico imputation of new variants to study new putative candidate genes for various phenotypes.