Jason Buenrostro is a Broad Institute Fellow and Harvard Society Junior Fellow. At the Broad Institute, Jason is developing new methods for understanding gene regulation within complex human tissues. To do this, Jason is integrating approaches across molecular biology, microscopy and large-scale bioinformatics to reveal new insights into the regulatory diversity of single-cells within healthy and diseased tissues. Among these technologies, Jason has developed ATAC-seq and single-cell ATAC-seq for profiling regulatory diversity within rare populations or single-cells. Jason earned his BS in General Engineering and BS in Biology at Santa Clara University. He did his doctoral work at the Stanford University Department of Genetics.
Broad Institute Fellow