Jessica Lasky-Su, DSc, MS
Dr. Lasky-Su is an associate professor in medicine and an associate statistician and epidemiologist at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Over two decades, Dr. Lasky-Su has focused on analyzing genetics, genomics and metabolomics data in large-scale human studies, with primary research focusing on lung disease pathophysiology. The accumulation of these efforts has resulted in a productive track record of over 200 original research articles. Via multiple PI-funded grants, Dr. Lasky-Su has mainly focused her research on “integrative metabolomics,” which integrates multiomic data while using a metabolomic-centric framework. More recently, Dr. Lasky-Su has expanded her research to include the study of COVID-19 and the development of PASC utilizing multiomic data, with a particular focus on metabolomics. Dr. Lasky-Su is also a leader in national and international metabolomic organizations metabolomics, including the president of the Metabolomics Society- the largest international society for metabolomics- in the chairman of the NIH’s Consortium METabolomic Studies (COMETS)-the largest international consortium of metabolomic epidemiological studies. Dr. Lasky-Su will contribute as an investigator with a complimentary and synergistic skillset that will further complement and ensure this proposal's success.