NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholar

Daniel Rosoff

Focus Area

Clinical Research

Biographical Summary

Daniel graduated from Brown University with an A.B./Sc.B in Economics and Neuroscience in 2016 and spent three years as a NIH Post-baccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award Fellow in the Section on Clinical Genomics and Experimental Therapeutics (CGET).  Dan is currently a PhD student in the Section on Clinical Genomics and Experimental Therapeutics as part of the NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholars PhD Program where he is supervised by Dr. Lohoff, Prof. Michael V. Holmes (University of Oxford, UK), and Prof. George Davey Smith (University of Bristol, UK).  Dan is currently using genetically-informed methods to investigate drug repositioning opportunities and novel gene targets for substance use disorders, psychiatric comorbidities, and the physical health consequences of heavy substance use.