Soumya Raychaudhuri, M.D., Ph.D.
Soumya Raychaudhuri, MD, PhD
Professor of Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School (Secondary)
Visiting Professor in Genetics, University of Manchester

Soumya Raychaudhuri serves as the Director for the Center for Data Sciences (BWH, HMS) and is appointed as an Associate Member at the Broad Institute. Additionally he is clinically active and sees patients at Brigham and Women’s Hospital Arthritis Center. After completing his MD/PhD at Stanford University, Raychaudhuri pursued clinical training in internal medicine, and then went on to pursue subspecialty training in rheumatology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He concurrently completed postdoctoral training in human genetics at the Broad Institute with Dr. Mark Daly. Since joining the faculty at Harvard Medical School in 2010, he has contributed to the understanding of the genetic basis of rheumatoid arthritis and other immune-mediated diseases. He has also been at the forefront of devising statistical and computational methods to localize genetic association signals to causal variants, and to interpret human genetic data in the context of functional information. He currently has active research programs in the human genetics and functional genomics of tuberculosis, type I diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis, with a specific focus on using genomic strategies to understand CD4+ T cell biology.

IL-1-driven stromal-neutrophil interactions define a subset of patients with inflammatory bowel disease that does not respond to therapies.
Authors: Friedrich M, Pohin M, Jackson MA, Korsunsky I, Bullers SJ, Rue-Albrecht K, Christoforidou Z, Sathananthan D, Thomas T, Ravindran R, Tandon R, Peres RS, Sharpe H, Wei K, Watts GFM, Mann EH, Geremia A, Attar M, McCuaig S, Thomas L, Collantes E, Uhlig HH, Sansom SN, Easton A, Raychaudhuri S, Travis SP, Powrie FM.
Nat Med
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Co-varying neighborhood analysis identifies cell populations associated with phenotypes of interest from single-cell transcriptomics.
Authors: Reshef YA, Rumker L, Kang JB, Nathan A, Korsunsky I, Asgari S, Murray MB, Moody DB, Raychaudhuri S.
Nat Biotechnol
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Efficient and precise single-cell reference atlas mapping with Symphony.
Authors: Kang JB, Nathan A, Weinand K, Zhang F, Millard N, Rumker L, Moody DB, Korsunsky I, Raychaudhuri S.
Nat Commun
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A sex-specific evolutionary interaction between ADCY9 and CETP.
Authors: Gamache I, Legault MA, Grenier JC, Sanchez R, Rhéaume E, Asgari S, Barhdadi A, Zada YF, Trochet H, Luo Y, Lecca L, Murray M, Raychaudhuri S, Tardif JC, Dubé MP, Hussin J.
Elife
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A high-resolution HLA reference panel capturing global population diversity enables multi-ancestry fine-mapping in HIV host response.
Authors: Luo Y, Kanai M, Choi W, Li X, Sakaue S, Yamamoto K, Ogawa K, Gutierrez-Arcelus M, Gregersen PK, Stuart PE, Elder JT, Forer L, Schönherr S, Fuchsberger C, Smith AV, Fellay J, Carrington M, Haas DW, Guo X, Palmer ND, Chen YI, Rotter JI, Taylor KD, Rich SS, Correa A, Wilson JG, Kathiresan S, Cho MH, Metspalu A, Esko T, Okada Y, Han B, McLaren PJ, Raychaudhuri S.
Nat Genet
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Multimodal platform for assessing drug distribution and response in clinical trials.
Authors: G C Lopez B, Kohale IN, Du Z, Korsunsky I, Abdelmoula WM, Dai Y, Stopka SA, Gaglia G, Randall EC, Regan MS, Basu SS, Clark AR, Marin BM, Mladek AC, Burgenske DM, Agar JN, Supko JG, Grossman SA, Nabors LB, Raychaudhuri S, Ligon KL, Wen PY, Alexander B, Lee EQ, Santagata S, Sarkaria J, White FM, Agar NYR.
Neuro Oncol
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Fc?R engagement reprograms neutrophils into antigen cross-presenting cells that elicit acquired anti-tumor immunity.
Authors: Mysore V, Cullere X, Mears J, Rosetti F, Okubo K, Liew PX, Zhang F, Madera-Salcedo I, Rosenbauer F, Stone RM, Aster JC, von Andrian UH, Lichtman AH, Raychaudhuri S, Mayadas TN.
Nat Commun
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Genome editing to define the function of risk loci and variants in rheumatic disease.
Authors: Baglaenko Y, Macfarlane D, Marson A, Nigrovic PA, Raychaudhuri S.
Nat Rev Rheumatol
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The Power of Systems Biology: Insights on Lupus Nephritis from the Accelerating Medicines Partnership.
Authors: Fava A, Raychaudhuri S, Rao DA.
Rheum Dis Clin North Am
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Medical Records-Based Genetic Studies of the Complement System.
Authors: Khan A, Shang N, Petukhova L, Zhang J, Shen Y, Hebbring SJ, Moncrieffe H, Kottyan LC, Namjou-Khales B, Knevel R, Raychaudhuri S, Karlson EW, Harley JB, Stanaway IB, Crosslin D, Denny JC, Elkind MSV, Gharavi AG, Hripcsak G, Weng C, Kiryluk K.
J Am Soc Nephrol
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