Dr. Neale is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and Associate Member in the Medical and Population Genetics program of the Broad Institute. He is also Director of Population Genetics for the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research. His expertise centers on the development and application of statistical methodology and tools for analysis of large-scale genetic data. Ben has played a central role in elucidating the genetic architecture of several psychiatric disorders, in particular schizophrenia, ADHD and autism, and his work continues to drive these discoveries through the use of increasingly large data sets and state of the art scalable software.