Chirag Patel, PhD
Chirag Patel, PhD
Associate Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School
10 Shattuck Street, Boston, MA 02115

Chirag Patel's long-term research goal is to address problems in human health and disease by developing computational and bioinformatics methods to reproducibly and efficiently reason over high-throughput data streams spanning molecules to populations. Patel's group aims to dissect inter-individual differences in human phenomes through strategies that integrate data sources that capture the comprehensive clinical experience (e.g., through the electronic medical record), the complex phenomena of environmental exposure (e.g., high-throughput measures of the exposome), and inherited genomic variation. He received his doctorate in biomedical informatics from Stanford University.


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Using deep learning to predict abdominal age from liver and pancreas magnetic resonance images.
Authors: Le Goallec A, Diai S, Collin S, Prost JB, Vincent T, Patel CJ.
Nat Commun
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Shared exposure liability of type 2 diabetes and other chronic conditions in the UK Biobank.
Authors: He Y, Patel CJ.
Acta Diabetol
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Secular Trends in Prevalence of Heart Failure Diagnosis over 20 Years (from the US NHANES).
Authors: Siontis GC, Bhatt DL, Patel CJ.
Am J Cardiol
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Systematically assessing microbiome-disease associations identifies drivers of inconsistency in metagenomic research.
Authors: Tierney BT, Tan Y, Yang Z, Shui B, Walker MJ, Kent BM, Kostic AD, Patel CJ.
PLoS Biol
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Integrated molecular response of exposure to traffic-related pollutants in the US trucking industry.
Authors: Walker DI, Hart JE, Patel CJ, Rudel R, Chu JH, Garshick E, Pennell KD, Laden F, Jones DP.
Environ Int
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Development and validation pathways of artificial intelligence tools evaluated in randomised clinical trials.
Authors: Siontis GCM, Sweda R, Noseworthy PA, Friedman PA, Siontis KC, Patel CJ.
BMJ Health Care Inform
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Using Cartesian Doubt To Build a Sequencing-Based View of Microbiology.
Authors: Tierney BT, Szymanski E, Henriksen JR, Kostic AD, Patel CJ.
mSystems
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Characterising the relationships between physiological indicators and all-cause mortality (NHANES): a population-based cohort study.
Authors: Nguyen VK, Colacino J, Chung MK, Goallec AL, Jolliet O, Patel CJ.
Lancet Healthy Longev
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Evolving phenotypes of non-hospitalized patients that indicate long COVID.
Authors: Estiri H, Strasser ZH, Brat GA, Semenov YR, Patel CJ, Murphy SN.
BMC Med
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Clinical laboratory tests associated with survival in patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma: A Laboratory Wide Association Study (LWAS).
Authors: Velaer K, Thomas IC, Yang J, Kapphahn K, Metzner TJ, Golla A, Hoerner CR, Fan AC, Master V, Chertow GM, Brooks JD, Patel CJ, Desai M, Leppert JT.
Urol Oncol
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