Susanne Churchill
Susanne E. Churchill, PhD
Executive Director, DBMI
Instructor in Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital
10 Shattuck St Boston MA 02115

Susanne Churchill received her PhD from Boston University School of Medicine and did her postdoctoral training at Harvard Medical School in the field of cardiovascular and renal physiology, progressing to instructor and lecturer. She co-founded the Institute for Circadian Physiology in Boston, where she served as chief operating officer while continuing her research in space medicine and teaching. She returned full time to HMS to serve as director of sponsored programs administration and subsequently was appointed associate dean for research. Churchill next joined forces with Isaac Kohane to lead the successful Informatics for Integrating Biology and the Bedside (i2b2) National Center for Biomedical Computing at Partners HealthCare as its executive director and principle investigator of the educational core. She joined DBMI in 2015 as executive director of the department, executive director of the Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Center of Excellence, executive director of the N-GRID (neuropsychiatric genome-scale and RDoC-Individualized domains) Center of Excellence in Genome Science and program director for the long-running Summer Institute in Biomedical Informatics (SIBMI). Churchill is also an instructor in the Channing Division of Network Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

Stratification of risk for hospital admissions for injury related to fall: cohort study.
Authors: Castro VM, McCoy TH, Cagan A, Rosenfield HR, Murphy SN, Churchill SE, Kohane IS, Perlis RH.
BMJ
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Rare copy number variation in treatment-resistant major depressive disorder.
Authors: O'Dushlaine C, Ripke S, Ruderfer DM, Hamilton SP, Fava M, Iosifescu DV, Kohane IS, Churchill SE, Castro VM, Clements CC, Blumenthal SR, Murphy SN, Smoller JW, Perlis RH.
Biol Psychiatry
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Promoting the avoidance of high-calorie snacks. The role of temporal message framing and eating self-efficacy.
Authors: Churchill S, Good A, Pavey L.
Appetite
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Mortality and extraintestinal cancers in patients with primary sclerosing cholangitis and inflammatory bowel disease.
Authors: Ananthakrishnan AN, Cagan A, Gainer VS, Cheng SC, Cai T, Szolovits P, Shaw SY, Churchill S, Karlson EW, Murphy SN, Kohane I, Liao KP.
J Crohns Colitis
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Serum inflammatory markers and risk of colorectal cancer in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases.
Authors: Ananthakrishnan AN, Cheng SC, Cai T, Cagan A, Gainer VS, Szolovits P, Shaw SY, Churchill S, Karlson EW, Murphy SN, Kohane I, Liao KP.
Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol
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An electronic health records study of long-term weight gain following antidepressant use.
Authors: Blumenthal SR, Castro VM, Clements CC, Rosenfield HR, Murphy SN, Fava M, Weilburg JB, Erb JL, Churchill SE, Kohane IS, Smoller JW, Perlis RH.
JAMA Psychiatry
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Association between low density lipoprotein and rheumatoid arthritis genetic factors with low density lipoprotein levels in rheumatoid arthritis and non-rheumatoid arthritis controls.
Authors: Liao KP, Diogo D, Cui J, Cai T, Okada Y, Gainer VS, Murphy SN, Gupta N, Mirel D, Ananthakrishnan AN, Szolovits P, Shaw SY, Raychaudhuri S, Churchill S, Kohane I, Karlson EW, Plenge RM.
Ann Rheum Dis
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Higher plasma vitamin D is associated with reduced risk of Clostridium difficile infection in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases.
Authors: Ananthakrishnan AN, Cagan A, Gainer VS, Cheng SC, Cai T, Szolovits P, Shaw SY, Churchill S, Karlson EW, Murphy SN, Kohane I, Liao KP.
Aliment Pharmacol Ther
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Association between reduced plasma 25-hydroxy vitamin D and increased risk of cancer in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases.
Authors: Ananthakrishnan AN, Cheng SC, Cai T, Cagan A, Gainer VS, Szolovits P, Shaw SY, Churchill S, Karlson EW, Murphy SN, Kohane I, Liao KP.
Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol
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Limbic system white matter microstructure and long-term treatment outcome in major depressive disorder: a diffusion tensor imaging study using legacy data.
Authors: Hoogenboom WS, Perlis RH, Smoller JW, Zeng-Treitler Q, Gainer VS, Murphy SN, Churchill SE, Kohane IS, Shenton ME, Iosifescu DV.
World J Biol Psychiatry
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Position to be filled.