Minoo Bagheri, PhD

Research Instructor
Biomedical Informatics
2525 West End Avenue
Room / Suite
Suite 1500

Minoo Bagheri, PhD, MSc, is a Research Instructor in the Department of Biomedical Informatics at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She has an interest in genomics, metabolomics, and multi-omic interrogation of cardiometabolic disease and performed epidemiological, multi-omic translational research in Nutritional Sciences. Her background is in nutritional epidemiology and big data analysis, and during her graduate studies at Tehran University of Medical Sciences, and Harvard Chan School of Public Health, she gained extensive experience in identification of metabolomic biomarkers of diet and disease. She became interested in the role of genetics in disease, and pursued postdoctoral work in genomics and metabolomics, first at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and second at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr. Bagheri’s current projects include integrating multi-omics and nutritional data with clinical data to improve the understanding of the molecular basis of cardiometabolic disease, prediction of therapeutic responses and risk of adverse effects, and implementation of cutting-edge approaches and new tools towards the goal of more personalized nutrition.



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