Karmel Choi, PhD, is the Director of the Precision Prevention Program (P3) in the Center for Precision Psychiatry at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She is also a Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School. Her research program combines novel methods from statistical genetics, data science, and developmental epidemiology to understand why some individuals show resilience in the face of risk and adversity, and identify strategies for preventing stress-related disorders (e.g., depression and PTSD) using large-scale data.

Training opportunities include: statistical genetics (polygenic scores, GWAS, Mendelian randomization, GxE), machine learning/natural language processing, EHR, clinical approaches to depression and trauma, social determinants of health.