Georg Hahn




Hi there! Following my one-year EPSRC doctoral prize fellowship at the Statistics Department of Imperial College London (2016-17), and a research associate position in the StatScale project (2017-19), I am currently a research associate at Harvard University working on statistics methodology in the Biostatistics Department of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Please have a look at my personal website for my complete CV, a complete list of my publications, as well as an overview of my research interests.



Using quantitative genomics to track and understand COVID-19

Tracking variants of SARS-CoV-2, understanding which mutations make the virus more dangerous, and figuring out where the virus originally came from were some of the topics highlighted at the 15th annual Program in Quantitative Genomics conference.