Chip Stewart

Associate Director, Scientific Projects
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Chip is an Associate Director at the Broad Institute in the Getz Lab. He joined the Getz Lab in 2011 as a Computational Biologist.

Prior to joining the Broad, Chip was Research Faculty at Boston College focusing on Structural Variant and Mobile Element Insertion discovery from Next Generation Sequencing whole genome data, in particular with the 1000 Genomes consortium under the guidance of Gabor Marth.

Chip received his Ph.D. in Particle Physics Indiana University under the guidance of Andrzej Zieminski working on experiment E557 at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. His post-doc years were decicated to the Dzero experiment, also at Fermilab. Shortly following the discovery of the top quark in 1995, Chip worked under the direction of Ivan Pal at Biologic Systems Corp developing neurodiagnostic software tools.

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